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Friday, April 13, 2018

Friday's headlines and your closing-out-the-week open line

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Your headlines for April 13, 2018: A group called the Hiwaymen has secured a permit for a gun rally at the Arkansas Capitol; Two early morning shootings in Little Rock; Trump promises he will support congressional protection for state's that legalize marijuana.

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