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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Your midweek headlines and open line

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Your headlines for May 16, 2018: Ecclesia took out $1 million loan in February 2017, backed by properties bought with GIF help; DHS set to introduce emergency rule on ARChoices at legislative meeting Thursday & the Supreme Court TV ad fight gets messier as Fayetteville judge’s impartiality questioned.

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