The Arkansas Marriage Amendment Committee announced today that it has enough signatures to put an amendment on the November ballot that would define marriage as the union of a man and a woman. The committee said that they would submit the signatures to the state attorney general on Thursday. The group would not say how many signatures they collected for the proposed Arkansas Marriage Amendment. Arkansas law requires 80 thousand 570 signatures. The group said that three other organizations helped gather the signatures including Families First, The Arkansas Committee for Ethics Policy and Eagle Forum of Arkansas.