In what's become an annual tradition, the Arkansas Times recently solicited suggestions from readers and experts from across the spectrum on how to make Arkansas a better place to live. In keeping with the results of the past two years, the suggestions have been downright inspirational. Ideas range from pragmatic policy considerations (consider racial disparity in the criminal justice system, stop tearing down old buildings) to the visionary (build an iconic performing arts center, reconnect the Old State House to the Arkansas River). See them all here.
Separately, we've highlighted two big ideas that already have juice behind them: new University of Arkansas System President Donald Bobbitt's vision for expanding online education throughout the system and consultant and venture capitalist Kristian Andersen's plan to keep talented Arkansas university graduates in the state.
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