Thursday, September 22, 2016

Thursday's open line and the daily news in review

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  • Listen to the authors: A preview of Arkansas Literary Festival speakers

    April 27, 2017
    The Arkansas Literary Festival is coming up this weekend and you can get a taste of author talks to come by listening to a couple of podcasts with interviews with the writers. /more/
  • The Countdown Edition

    April 14, 2017
    The pending executions of seven men, a verdict in the civil rights lawsuit against Josh Hastings and more on the Little Rock School District, the state Board of Education and the upcoming LRSD millage — all covered on this week's podcast. /more/
  • The Killing Spree Edition

    April 7, 2017
    The legal challenges to the state’s plan to execute eight men over a 10-day time period, Governor Hutchinson’s vetoes and a scuttled bid to return the Little Rock School District to local control — all covered on this week's podcast. /more/
  • The End Is Near Edition

    March 31, 2017
    The nearly concluded legislative session, the state’s troubled financial picture and more — covered on this week's podcast. /more/
  • The Jason Rapert Fatigue Edition

    March 17, 2017
    The latest legislative doings, Trump’s proposed budget and more — covered on this week's podcast. /more/
  • The Everything Is Awful Edition

    March 10, 2017
    Proposed massive changes to health care law at the state and federal level, the despicable successful lobbying by some elected officials to keep vacant federal facility in Garland County from being used as a shelter for refugee children and one of the worst weeks ever in the state legislature — all covered on the podcast this week. /more/
  • The Kickback Indictment, Round 2 Edition

    March 3, 2017
    The long awaited federal indictment of former state Sen. Jon Woods and others in a kickback scheme, Governor Hutchinson’s plans to execute eight men over 10 days in April, the latest in the legislature and more. /more/
  • The Ledge Gets Worse Edition

    February 24, 2017
    The state Supreme Court reversing a circuit decision upholding the Fayetteville civil rights ordinance, the latest from the legislature, Sen. Tom Cotton’s town hall in Springdale and the reinstatement of Judge Wade Naramore — all covered on this week's podcast. /more/
  • The Max Is Back Edition

    February 10, 2017
    State legislative doings, the latest on the LR school district and more — all covered on this week's podcast. /more/
  • The Money Problems Edition

    February 3, 2017
    Arkansas’s money problems, a wild week at the legislature, Tom Cotton and constituents, Little Rock schools and more — all covered on this week's podcast. /more/
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