LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas lawmakers are expected to begin paring down a long slate of proposed constitutional amendments this week, the seventh week of the legislative session.
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WASHINGTON – Congress approved legislation to finance the Department of Homeland Security for another week as Democrats and Republicans continue to spar over President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration policy.
WASHINGTON — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge told a House panel on Thursday that the Environmental Protection Agency is proposing new regulations — beyond its authority — that would do harm to her state.
LITTLE ROCK — Baptist Health Medical Center in North Little Rock has agreed to a $2.7 million settlement to resolve allegations that it submitted improper Medicare claims, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Arkansas Chris Thyer said Friday.
LITTLE ROCK — An Arkansas House committee on Thursday advanced two measures seeking a constitutional convention to consider curbing federal spending.
LITTLE ROCK — A bill that would require cell phone companies to provide police with information about a phone’s location in emergency situations received approval Friday in the Arkansas House, after some debate over whether the bill would subvert constitutional rights.
LONOKE, Ark. — Farmers now have until Tuesday, March 31, to update yield history and base acres under the 2014 Farm Bill, a deadline extension announced Friday by U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack.
WASHINGTON — Arkansas could decide for itself if duck hunting can occur on rolled rice fields under legislation introduced Thursday in the House and Senate.
LITTLE ROCK — A bill that would allow some Arkansas school districts with dwindling student populations to avoid mandatory consolidation with other districts cleared a House committee Thursday.
LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court on Thursday affirmed class-action status for a lawsuit alleging that cigarette maker Philip Morris violated the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act by making false claims about Marlboro Lights.