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Monday, June 2, 2014

Three things to know in Arkansas today: carbon cap, Rutledge v. Sterling and Griffen's response to Rapert

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For those of you who like your news condensed and in video form, check out our inaugural run of what we plan on making regular programming. 

For more on the Obama administration's plan to reduce carbon emissions and what it might mean for Arkansas, go here.

More on the nutty Republican attorney general primary runoff

And for more on Circuit Judge Wendell Griffen noting the "glaring evidence" of Sen. Jason Rapert's "bigotry," go here.

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