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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Asa hangs out a help wanted sign

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Asa Hutchinson, who'll become governor in January, talked to reporters today, primarily to promote an updated website with transition plans and a place to ask about state employment. (This might be a bit disconcerting to people who currently hold state jobs.)

He's saying little about all the budget questions posed by reporters. He's studying it. Private option, too.

Here's the website. 

The job application function is open-ended. Want to be director of the State Police? Fill in the blanks.

UPDATE: Oops. That jobs application function is currently not operable.

UPDATE II: Here's an account from AP's Andrew DeMillo o budget talks, tax cuts and the current administration's insistence that the budget can't sustain tax cuts. Of course it can. It's the services that can't sustain tax cuts. Depending on how important you think they are.

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