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Friday, June 29, 2012

The Headache to Follow Edition

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The Affordable Care Act decision and questions from our readers on Little Rock's coming property tax proposal and the status of Regnat Populus' signature gathering efforts — all on this week's show. Plus endorsements of fried chicken and pork buns.

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