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More Obamacare in Arkansas (UPDATED)

September 23, 2014 J,

Are you ready for more ObamaCare in Arkansas?  It’s coming. A long-term care reform effort called Community First Choice Option (CFCO), a program part of President Obama’s Health Care law, which is designed to help infirm people stay in their homes to received care, as opposed to going into institutional care.  A concept most of [...]

Does Senator Pryor Stand By the Obama Rhetoric?

September 18, 2014

Thousands stand to lose health insurance coverage LITTLE ROCK – In a radio interview on KARN yesterday, a spokesperson for Senator Pryor stated that no one in Arkansas has lost health insurance coverage due to Obamacare. Americans for Prosperity – Arkansas points out that this is a false claim. Blue Cross Blue Shield health insurance [...]

Americans For Prosperity Will Continue the ObamaCare Accountability Ads

August 19, 2014

Americans for Prosperity Highlights How Pryor and the ACA are Affecting Arkansans LITTLE ROCK – Americans for Prosperity (AFP) announced that it will continue to run the newest ad urging citizens to tell Senator Mark Pryor that the negative effects of Obamacare are real in Arkansas, and Arkansans are hurting. CLICK HERE TO VIEW AD “Hardworking [...]

No, Senator Pryor, Export-Import Isn’t Good For Arkansas

August 08, 2014

“We agree with President Obama that the Export-Import bank “is little more than a fund for corporate welfare,” said Arkansas State Communications Director Elizabeth Aymond. ”In fact, the bank sends hard-earned Arkansas taxpayer dollars to foreign companies that could just as easily secure private assistance. This helps foreign governments that compete directly with our businesses, and [...]

Where do candidates stand on EPA regulations?

August 05, 2014 J,

EPA over reach is nothing new. Especially here in Arkansas. Farmers and businesses are dealing with a seemingly insurmountable stack of rules imposed on them by this bureaucratic agency run amuck. And, of course, when businesses and farmers have to pay more to meet increasing regulations the cost is passed on to hardworking families. That’s [...]