Arkansas Constitution of 1874 Art. 2, § 23. Taxation and eminent domain;  delegation

The State's ancient right of eminent domain and of taxation, is herein fully and expressly conceded;  and the General Assembly may delegate the taxing power, with the necessary restriction, to the State's subordinate political and municipal corporations, to the extent of providing for their existence, maintenance and well being, but no further.


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