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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Stodola set back, again, on 'no-knock'

Posted By on Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 9:40 AM

The Little Rock City Board yesterday declined, at least for the time being, to go along with Mayor Mark Stodola's proposal for a "no-knock" registry for door-to-door sales. I've already said this was somewhat low on my list of city priorities, but many people here liked the idea.

Is it a good one?

And what's with the mayor's failure to get much going on small bore proposals, never mind the city's general languishing state on account of tight money and a hybrid government that lacks unambiguous lines of authority.


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