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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Malcolm Harrison
Supporters of the amendment collected more than enough signatures to place the measure on the ballot, and "[p]laintiffs carry a heavy burden in attempting to restrict the citizenry's right to amend the Constitution," Judge Harrison wrote. "The Court finds plaintiffs have not met their burden."
On Tuesday, Hinds County Circuit Court Judge Malcolm Harrison denied the plaintiffs' request to declare Measure 26 unconstitutional and strip it from the 2011 ballot.