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"You see this on the national level," Cook said. "Republicans toe the line so much because they are fearful of a primary challenge funded by these third-party groups. If that trickles down ... that could be bad for Arkansas and Arkansas policy."
As for the Koch brothers, among the world's richest people as heads of the petrochemical conglomerate Koch Industries, no one doubts that they are true believers in a libertarian ideology that advocates for low taxes and less government regulation. But it's hard not to notice how nicely that dovetails with their financial interests. That includes interests in Arkansas, among them a massive paper plant in Crossett.
Whether it's ideology or interest, the Koch brothers have never been shy about spending on politics. We'll likely keep hearing from them here in Arkansas, even if we never know it was them.
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