LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson said last week he wants the state Legislature to move away from what has become a yearly debate over the so-called private option and take a longer view of health-care reform.
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WASHINGTON — The House voted last week to prohibit federal funding for most abortions as a part of permanent law.
HanesBrands announced a $1.5 million investment at its Clarksville facility Thursday that will return its hosiery line from Honduras and bring in 120 jobs.
LITTLE ROCK — The state Ethics Commission on Friday dismissed a complaint against Attorney General Leslie Rutledge that alleged she violated state campaign finance laws by appearing in an outside group’s ad.
LITTLE ROCK — Attorney General Leslie Rutledge wants the state Supreme Court to hear oral arguments a second time in a lawsuit challenging Arkansas’ same-sex marriage ban.
WASHINGTON — The Arkansas congressional delegation is weighing in on the controversial Plains and Eastern Clean Line Transmission Project.
WASHINGTON — Fresh off his own Senate victory, Arkansas Republican Tom Cotton will help recruit and support the next crop of GOP contenders for the U.S. Senate in 2016.
LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson said Thursday he will ask the Legislature to continue the so-called private option for two more years and create a task force to explore alternative solutions the state could implement after that.
A report recommending closure of the Booneville Human Development Center has drawn concern from a statewide, not-for-profit parent-guardian association that represents each of the state’s five human development facilities.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Senate on Thursday approved a bill containing Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s proposed middle-class tax, cut despite vocal opposition by two of the bill’s co-sponsors who objected to the timing.