Second group asks to be added to Supreme Court case August 24, 2022 By Griffin Coop A second committee has asked to intervene in the state Supreme Court case that will determine the fate of an amendment seeking to legalize recreational marijuana in Arkansas. Safe and Secure Communities, a group funded solely by Little Rock poultry executive Ron Cameron, stated in a court filing Sunday night that it would like to be added to the case. The group, formed last month, listed $250,000 in contributions in its filing documents with the state Ethics Commission. Cameron, the CEO of chicken company Mountaire, was the group’s only donor, according to the documents. Safe and Secure Communities was formed by Michael McCauley who listed an address in Downers Grove, Illinois. A phone number listed by McCauley leads to McCauley and Associates P.C., an accounting firm located in Salt Lake City, Utah, and Washington, D.C. The documents filed with the Arkansas Ethics Commission also reference Salt Lake County in Utah. The Supreme Court allowed another ballot question committee, Save Arkansas from Epidemic, to be added to the case last week.