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Painting Arkansas’ Future

“Arkansas is a picture waiting to be painted, a photograph waiting to be taken, a sculpture waiting to be molded," said Gov. Asa Hutchinson at a luncheon on economic development. Legislation like SB202 and HB1228 paints a different picture.

Seeking Security for Grain Sellers

In the wake of last year’s Turner Grain Merchandising debacle, there was a loud outcry throughout the state’s agricultural community about new regulations governing grain dealers. Now, half a year later, it appears any changes will be much less far-reaching than what was under discussion.

Right: A Truth of Modern Politics

In 2008, Democratic political pundits jockeyed to put the election of President Barack Obama in proper context. Most of them heralded it as a historic re-alignment of American politics. Many pontificated in glowing terms about the profound impact his ascension to office would have on the future of our nation.

What now, Arkansas Democrats?

Following two consecutive elections in which the Republican Party dominated, the state’s Democratic Party is working to assert its relevance and revive its brand.

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Join the Conversation

AMP is conducting a Q&A with Steve Clark, and we want our Twitter followers to take part in the conversation.

We Want to Hear from You!

Arkansas Money & Politics is conducting a Q&A with the University of Arkansas’ Sam M. Walton College of Business Entrepreneur of the Year, Steve Clark, the founder and chairman of Noble Impact. And, we want to give our Twitter followers a chance to ask questions, too.

Lessons of a First Year Entrepreneur

Scotty Fagaly reflects on his first year as an entrepreneur.

‘Tis the Season!

It’s Business Plan Competition Season! Are you ready?


LR Students Attend Saturday School to Make Up Snow Days

Students will attend school on two more Saturdays including May 9th and June 6th

10th Annual Prescription Drug Take-back Day

In Pulaski County alone, deputies say they collected nearly 800 pounds of prescription drugs Saturday.

Sign Unveiled in Remembrance of Tornado Victim

Helen Greer died during the storm after a cellar door caved in on her.

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