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Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Midweek headlines and an open line

Posted By on Wed, Sep 13, 2017 at 4:00 PM


Headlines for September 13, 2017: Trump nominates Boozman staffer, Chris Caldwell, for Delta Regional Authority federal co-chair, former Garland Co. Admin. Asst. pleads guilty to making $162K in fraudulent credit card charges, Womack considered favorite for House Budget Committee, Alice Walton creates non-profit to share art between museums and new census data shows Arkansas's rate of uninsured has been cut in half since 2013.




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