If McDaniel certifies the measure, the group can begin gathering signatures needed to place it on the ballot.
If approved by voters, the amendment would state that the right to marry shall not be abridged or denied on account of gender and sexual orientation.
The measure would not require churches or religious organizations to perform gay marriages.
Another group has submitted a proposal for next year’s ballot that would repeal the Arkansas Constitution’s ban on gay marriage.
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