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Christy Turlington Burns is famous for her modeling career, but in recent years she has used her influence to advocate for maternal health. In April, the Arkansas Cinema Society premiered her documentary “Giving Birth in America: Arkansas” to highlight the challenges expectant mothers in our state face. more
The Harrison Fire Department and City Council have been working together to update the Clean Premise Ordinance for the city. more
The surprise Hollywood hit of the summer “Sound of Freedom” is a movie based on a true story of a former Department of Homeland Security agent’s efforts to rescue victims from a Colombian sex trafficking ring. This film has helped create public awareness of this form of modern-day slavery and reinvigorated the fight to end it. more
LITTLE ROCK – In a four-day special session, the legislature lowered state taxes by almost $250 million this year. more
It’s amazing how Arkansas politicians tout a hot economy. more
Urban areas make up only three percent of the entire land area of the country but are home to 80 percent of the U.S. population. The remaining 20 percent live in small rural communities that are scattered throughout 97 percent of America’s land mass. That percentage may further decrease in the coming years. more
This is an exciting time of year filled with hope and promise as students begin a new school year. It’s also a season that brings people together to cheer on their favorite football team. There is something unique about the enthusiasm for the sport that shapes the identity of schools, communities and fans. Like many Arkansans, I know firsthand how athletics builds character and teaches lifelong lessons that extend beyond the field. more
Crypto mining is coming into Arkansas at an alarming rate. The out-of-state owners are choosing Arkansas because we have relatively low energy rates and because we welcome economic development. Sometimes, we welcome new industries with open arms, only to find out later that there is a reason other states don’t want them. They create intractable problems and few jobs. more
Several members gathered at the state Capitol this week as subcommittees of the Arkansas Legislative Council (ALC) held meetings. ALC convened on Friday. This week, we would like to update you on the developments from those meetings. more
LITTLE ROCK – Participation in athletics at Arkansas institutions of higher education has increased in recent years, even as total enrollment at colleges and universities has gone down. more
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