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Sunday, December 2, 2012

Submit your Big Ideas for Arkansas

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Later this month we'll unveil our fourth annual Big Ideas for Arkansas issue. You probably know the gist by now: We're looking for ideas that would transform Arkansas for the better. Feasibility is always a plus, but not a requirement. A few ideas from last year: Automatic voter registration at 18. An iconic performing arts center in Little Rock (from the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra's Philip Mann). A post-graduate fellowship program for the brightest entrepreneurial-geared young people from state colleges, where they get to get high-level experience at innovative Arkansas companies.

Think you've got a big idea? Send me an email at lindseymillar@arktimes.com with your idea this week to have it considered for the issue.

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