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Arkansas Lawsuit Over Use of State Vehicles Dismissed…For Now

June 27, 2011

LITTLE ROCK, AR – In Arkansas, a group of taxpayers the lawsuit over State officials’ personal use of State-owned vehicles was dismissed by a Pulaski County circuit judge Wendell Griffen, according to an article on ArkansasNews.com. The lawsuit sought an injunction to prohibit further personal use of State-owned vehicles without paying some form of compensation for their use and that officials reimburse the State for personal use.

The circuit judge said the complaint didn’t have a sufficient factual basis and that two of the defendants weren’t properly services. Griffen dismissed the lawsuit without prejudice, which means the taxpayers can file the suit again.

Read the full story here.

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