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Ten Commandments Monument Returning to Capitol Lawn Next Week

A monument of the Ten Commandments will return to the Arkansas Capitol Lawn next week, according to the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. The Arkansas Legislature authorized the privately financed monument in 2015, and it was installed on the capitol grounds last year.

Group Sidesteps Attorney General in Casino Bid

Recently we have written about efforts by the Quapaw Tribe in Oklahoma and the group Driving Arkansas Forward to build casinos in Arkansas. Under their proposed constitutional amendment, four casinos would be authorized in Garland, Crittenden, Pope, and Jefferson counties.

Arkansas Pro-Life Leader: Issue 1 Puts a Price Tag on Human Life

Yesterday Arkansas Right to Life Executive Director Rose Mimms published an op-ed at TownHall.com regarding Issue 1 — a proposed constitutional amendment restricting noneconomic damages juries can award in lawsuits — writing, Issue One would put an arbitrary cap of $500,000

Family Council Releases Voter’s Guide Ahead of 2018 Primaries

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, April 13, 2018 LITTLE ROCK, AR—On Friday, Family Council released its voter’s guide for the 2018 Arkansas Primary Elections. Family Council President Jerry Cox released a statement, saying, “I am pleased to announce the 2018 Arkansas

A.G. Rejects Another Casino Amendment

This week Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge rejected a proposed constitutional amendment to open four casinos in Siloam Springs, AR; Texarkana, AR; Omaha, AR; and the Little Rock area. The A.G.’s office rejected the proposal due to ambiguities in the