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Consider this your Wednesday open line

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Arkansas news on Tuesday, August 2 with Brooke Wallace: Tom Cotton seeks to restrict legal immigration, a man has relations with a pet donkey, Arkansas Cinema Society kicks off with a force-push and the McGraw/Hill concert is no more.

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