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Friday, February 8, 2013

The Still Hot Edition

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The war on women being waged in the General Assembly, the latest maneuverings on the Medicaid expansion debate and the latest on the Little Rock Technology Park—all covered on this week's edition. Plus, Max endorses "House of Cards" and Lindsey plugs a rising talent, Jasper Potts.

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