Vote 'No' on Initiated Act 1 | Arkansas Blog

Saturday, October 4, 2008

Vote 'No' on Initiated Act 1

Posted By on Sat, Oct 4, 2008 at 5:55 PM

Andrew DeMillo's weekly analysis focuses on how a hearing this week -- and Gov. Mike Beebe's supportive remarks -- have served to illustrate how the proposed Initiated Act 1 will make it harder to find foster and adoptive homes for the children who need them.

Free media -- which the anti-child Family Council is so good at -- helps the good side for a change. I'm guessing F.C. isn't too happy to see the other side get it..

More good free media is coming next week, by the way. Stay tuned.

 

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