LITTLE ROCK â€” Lawyers for gay couples challenging Arkansas' ban on same-sex marriages said Wednesday they won't agree to delay a pair of lawsuits while the U.S. Supreme Court considers taking up the matter.
The couples sued Arkansas in state and federal courts last year, claiming that a constitutional amendment passed overwhelmingly by Arkansas voters in 2004 made them second-class citizens.
Candidates are continuing to file for municipal positions to be determined in the November general election.
The recent filing period opened at noon July 25 and closes at noon Aug. 15.
As of early morning today, the following individuals had filed as candidates.
The candidates listed here also include those who previously filed for county positions before the preferential primary election, but will be included on the Nov. 4 general election ballot.
â€¢Mayor, Farren Wadley; Corliss Jerry Ball.
â€¢Alderman, Ward 1, Position 1, no filings to date.
The 2012 legislative audit findings for the city of Bryant were released to the public Wednesday and two findings have been referred to Ken Casady, Saline County Prosecuting Attorney.
These two findings involve lack of documentation or no documentation for travel expense, said state Rep. Kim Hammer, who serves on the state legislative audit committee. These expenses total $5,573, according to the audit report.