Ballot Initiative Update: Sloppy Ops Cut Prop Crop

What’s up with the ballot props?

• A Maricopa County judge has ruled that backers waited too long to file suit to challenge the decision to toss T.I.M.E. transportation initiative off the November ballot. That ruling appears headed to the Arizona Supreme Court.

• The cacti crowd will need to go to court to keep a state trust land reform package on the ballot.

• The Arizona Civil Rights Initiative has been rejected by Arizona Secretary of State Jan Brewer. Supporters are contemplating legal action.

• The Freedom of Choice in Health Care Act got tossed from the ballot, but backers prevailed in their legal fight to get it back on.

Sounds like there are some sloppy signature gatherers mixed up with tough standards this year.

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