As we are all either trying to wind our way down to the new year or get those last couple of presents squared away, Washington, DC was at it again trying to spend away the future. The good news is that Senator ...
On Sunday during an appearance on Capitol View, House Speaker Jeremy Gillam (Judsonia) was asked by KARK’s Bob Clausen what issues he would like to address that have not been dealt this so far this session. Here was Speaker Gillam’s response: CLAUSEN: “If there’s one thing you would like to have seen gotten further this […]
When was the last time you voted in a Special Election? If you’re like most voters, you probably don’t remember. If you’re a North Little Rock voter, the odds are you didn’t get out on Valentine’s Day in 2011 to vote. But while most people were enjoying a romantic date night with their spouse or […]
Arkansans already pay some of the highest state sales taxes and income taxes anywhere in the country, yet some legislators in Little Rock still think you should be paying more. HB1156, filed by Rep. Charles Blake, would create a roughly $1.5 million new tax that would apply to Arkansans who use E-cigarettes and vaporizers as […]
SB78, sponsored by Senator Gary Stubblefield, is a bill that would take steps toward allowing for more cost-effective delivery of healthcare in Arkansas. This bill would allow Arkansas to opt out of the federal physician supervision requirement for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, which is a more cost effective model and will save money in Medicare. […]
Just last week, Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge joined a group of a dozen bipartisan Attorneys General who are challenging President Obama’s so-called “Clean Power Plan.” This is great news for Arkansas utility ratepayers. Now it’s time for the state legislature to push back as well. President Obama’s regulation (Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed 111(d) rule) […]