Monday, June 23, 2014

Today in Arkansas: Will future elections sway Arkansas Supreme Court justices in marriage equality case?

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Today on "Max Tells You What's Going On": It looks like a the Arkansas legislature will hold a special session to shore up the public school employee insurance fund. Will Arkansas Supreme Court justices be wary of overturning the state's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage because of political considerations? The New York Times slaps down Walmart for paying low wages. And the notice for bids for replacing the Broadway Bridge goes out this week; that's bad news for downtown Little Rock.

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