Friday, August 23, 2013

The Big Week Edition

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The resignation of Paul Bookout, the parade of analysis of ethics reports that’s sure to follow, drama at the University of Arkansas, Arkansas’s congressional delegation and government shutdown, Mark Pryor and the voting rights act and the latest on the legal fight between Judge Wendell Griffin and the lawyers involved in the retrial of former Little Rock police officer Josh Hastings –– all covered on this week's edition. 

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