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The Dr. Maxwell Sniffingwell Independence Day Edition

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Jeremy Hutchinson’s latest ethical lapse, a lawsuit challenging Arkansas’s ban on same-sex marriage, a delay in a crucial part of Obamacare, the state’s budget surplus, the retirement of the head of the Community Corrections Department and a new judicial political action committee — all covered on this early edition of the podcast.

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