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By The Associated Press
Rutledge wrote in an opinion released Monday that the proposal is being rejected because of ambiguities in the text, including whether or not a license is required, whether taxes are allowed and whether a parent could provide medical marijuana to a minor child.
Rutledge in April approved a similar ballot proposal by Berry for the November 2016 election.
Rutledge spokesman Judd Deere said Monday’s rejection does not affect the 2016 proposal.