Arizona proponents of a plan to make permanent a temporary 1% state sales tax said they already have more than enough signatures to put the measure on the Nov. 6 ballot.

Ann-Eve Pedersen, who heads the Quality Education and Jobs campaign, said the group has obtained signatures from 175,000 registered voters. Getting the constitutional amendment on the ballot requires 172,809 signatures by July 5.

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