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  • Bill would expand right to use deadly force

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An Arkansas lawmaker is proposing expanding citizen’s rights to use deadly force to defend themselves. Republican Rep. Dwight Tosh of Jonesboro on Tuesday filed a “stand your ground” bill that would expand the legal justifications for someone to use deadly force …

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  • House supports tougher sex offender restrictions

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas’ highest-level sex offenders would be barred from living near churches under a proposal passed by the House. Members voted 75-7 on Tuesday to bar level four sex offenders from living within 2,000 feet of churches. Arkansas classifies level four offenders …

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  • Mother charged in death of toddler son

    JACKSONVILLE (AP) — A North Little Rock woman is facing criminal charges in the July death of her 2-year-old son. Jacksonville police arrested and charged 23-year-old Jessica Nichole Rollins with first-degree murder and introduction of a controlled substance into the body of another person. Officers …

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  • Bill would bar expansion of local anti-discrimination laws

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An Arkansas lawmaker on Monday proposed barring local governments from making it illegal to fire someone or evict them based on their sexual orientation or gender identity, a move that gay rights supporters said would set a dangerous precedent. Republican Sen. …

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  • Panel advances salary raises

    LITTLE ROCK  — An Arkansas panel advanced a proposal Monday to more than double legislators’ pay and substantially raise other elected officials’ salaries, but cautioned the plan could change if the thousands of dollars in expense reimbursements lawmakers currently receive aren’t eliminated. The Independent Citizens …

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  • House would let victim relatives witness executions

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas House members are supporting a proposal that would let family members of murder victims witness executions in-person. Lawmakers voted 95-0 Monday to permit adult family members to attend the execution of a person convicted of killing a relative. The proposal …

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  • Lawmaker seeks protection for African-style braiders

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — An upcoming vote by Arkansas lawmakers could end a federal court lawsuit claiming the state unfairly discriminates against African-style hair braiders. Rep. Bob Ballinger, R-Hindsville said it is illogical for the state to include braiding under its cosmetology laws and that …

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  • Black History Commission symposium scheduled

    LITTLE ROCK — The Black History Commission of Arkansas and the Arkansas History Commission will host a symposium from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock. The symposium’s theme is “The Roots of African-American Education in Arkansas.” …

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  • USS Razorback, maritime museum has $1M impact

    NORTH LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum, home to World War II submarine USS Razorback, reported an estimated economic impact of $1,003,800 in 2014. The USS Razorback, the longest-serving submarine in the world, served in World War II, the Vietnam War and the Cold …

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  • AG warns of ‘rapid’ refund products

    LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge has issued a consumer alert warning residents to watch out for so-called “rapid” refund products as tax season gears up. Rutledge issued the alert Wednesday, saying millions of American taxpayers obtain these products — such as …

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  • Entergy awards $25,550 to Ark. organizations

    LITTLE ROCK — The Entergy Charitable Foundation recently awarded $25,550 in grants to boost low-income initiatives as well as enhance educational and literacy programs in communities served by Entergy Arkansas, according to a news release. The grants bring the total awarded to nonprofits by Entergy …

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  • Efforts advanced to continue Medicaid plan

    LITTLE ROCK — Gov. Asa Hutchinson’s plan to keep Arkansas’ compromise Medicaid expansion structure through 2016 advanced to a Senate vote Wednesday, as lawmakers rejected a bid to abolish the program by this year’s end. The Senate Public Health Committee endorsed legislation that would create …

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