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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

No evidence to support GOP allegations

Posted By on Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 9:11 AM

Jason Tolbert digs through documents obtained by the Republican Party of Arkansas FOI request to the UALR Law Library - an effort to catch former Blue Hog Report contributor Jeff Woodmansee doing some political blogging on state time - and finds no evidence to support GOP claims that Woodmansee did so. Says Tolbert:

It seems to be a huge stretch to claim any of this supports the charge that "political activity could be occuring on state time." If this is all that is there from 6,000 pages, somebody owes Campbell and Woodmansee an apology. Winning elections is certainly important but stepping on the little guy to do it is never justified.

An apology? Don't hold your breath.

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