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(a) The maximum lawful rates of interest on bonds issued by governmental units in the State of Arkansas as set forth in various provisions and amendments to the Arkansas Constitution of 1874, including Article 19, § 13, and Amendment Nos. 30, 38, 62, 65, and 78 are removed.
(b) The maximum lawful rate of interest on loans made by or to governmental units in the State of Arkansas as set forth in Article 19, § 13 of the Arkansas Constitution of 1874 is removed.
(c) Except as may be established by the General Assembly pursuant to Section 8 of this amendment, there shall be no maximum lawful rate on bonds issued by and loans made by or to governmental units.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Arkansas Constitution of 1874 Amendment 89, § 1. Governmental bonds and loans--Removal of some maximum interest rates - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ar/arkansas-constitution-of-1874/ar-const-amend-89-sect-1.html
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