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Arkansas Times 4h
Garner believes the biggest problem facing Arkansas is financial inequality, just as it is across the nation, and that inequality in both education and health care are a direct result.
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Arkansas Times 8h
“Lime advises riders to follow local riding, traffic and safety laws in each market in which it operates,” Erika Scholz Van, of Lime PR firm ARPR, said in an email. “Little Rock is unique in that it requires scooters to be ridden on the sidewalks…”
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Arkansas Times 9h
Michael Wickline reports for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette today on the board of the Arkansas Public Employees Retirement System's move to make retirement benefits both more costly and less lucrative.
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Arkansas Times 9h
The annual Rally for Reproductive Justice will be held on the Capitol steps at 1 p.m. this Saturday. Keynote speaker will be Pamela Merritt, co-founder of Reproaction, and others on why these bills are hurting, not helping, women and their families.
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Arkansas Times 11h
Typically, transfers are most used by white students leaving for districts with smaller minority enrollments.
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Arkansas Times 13h
“Decades later, I can still recall exactly where I was sitting when I first realized that the reigning psychological dogma of the day was bunk.”
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Arkansas Times 13h
Details remain hazy, but State Police spokesmen say two people are dead after police gunfire in West Memphis.
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Arkansas Times 15h
The Magnolia Reporter has details on the decision of WEHCO Media, owner of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette among other newspapers and media properties, to end daily publication of newspapers in Camden and Magnolia.
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Arkansas Times Jan 16
The latest in the parade of horrors in legislative bill filing is a proposal by Sen. Kim Hammer that purports to protect free speech on campus.
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Arkansas Times Jan 16
Freshman Rep. Nicole Clowney (D-Fayetteville) took time out of her schedule recently to answer a few questions about the expectations of others, the biggest problem facing Arkansas today and what she's listening to as she prepares to represent District 86.
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Arkansas Times Jan 16
In November, 68.5 percent of Arkansas voters approved an increase in the state minimum wage. Today, barely two months later, Sen. Bob Ballinger has introduced legislation to roll it back for many workers.
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Arkansas Times Jan 16
A news release says Walton/Walmart money will power an effort by nonprofits devoted to diversity in Northwest Arkansas.
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Arkansas Times Jan 16
Bryan Day, director of the port, commented that the tribe no longer needed the land "since they got the amendment passed and have an option on land in Jefferson County."
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Arkansas Times Jan 16
The stakes are higher in Los Angeles, but the same fight is underway in Little Rock and Arkansas.
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Arkansas Times Jan 16
Gov. Asa Hutchinson spoke inauguration day of hope for economic development and recent evidence suggests some deals may be in the works.
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Arkansas Times Jan 16
A judge in Alabama has invalidated that state's law aimed at preventing local governments from removing monuments to the Confederacy. This has relevance in Arkansas because of pending legislation.
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Arkansas Times Jan 16
"My colleague Steve King has a history of making controversial comments, but this time, he went too far and made comments that I believe were ignorant and indefensible."
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Arkansas Times Jan 15
Kathy Webb wants to use her position as Ward 3 city director to make Little Rock "a place where all children can thrive."
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Arkansas Times Jan 15
Follow Arkansas Times Rock Candy () for arts & entertainment news from around the state.
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Arkansas Times Jan 15
"We need stronger laws to protect women from domestic abuse and sexual assault. We are going to start tackling these issues in a more serious way, with the help of Republican women. This is an issue that we are ready to move forward on as a state."
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