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Re: “Legislative overreach again: This time in children's services

This has nothing, absolutely nothing, to do with Justin Harris. Y'all have completely missed the mark by letting Max lead you to imagining this is a partisan battle.

If anything, the work of the JPR on DCFS has been one of the most significant bipartisan efforts at the Capital.

In this particular hearing it was Alan Clark versus the GOP Party Establishment; Asa, Irvin and Sterling. You can read Clark's account on Facebook. It is liberal Democrats who are offering him support and comfort and he deeply appreciates it.

Rather than just seeing this through partisan lenses you need to think about why Senator Flowers from Pine Bluff has gotten involved. Consider why a liberal like Cecile Blucker was cooperative and transparent with Senator Clark.

There are times for partisan fights. This is not one of them. In this case Clark is doing the real work that will protect the abused and down trodden in Arkansas.

I challenge y'all to give it a second look.

Posted by Wilson Kanaday on 09/17/2016 at 8:33 AM

Re: “Legislature subpoenas judge to testify about child custody decisions.

@Joshua You have no idea how this works, do you?

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Posted by Wilson Kanaday on 08/31/2016 at 12:56 PM

Re: “Legislature subpoenas judge to testify about child custody decisions.

The idea that James is immune from the subpoena is absurd. The link provided is a screenshot of the law http://screencast.com/t/4EoMOKlo20h6.

Point (A) covers this pretty well.

A judge shall not appear voluntarily at a public hearing before, or otherwise consult with, an executive or a legislative body or official, except:
(A) in connection with matters concerning the law, the legal system, or the administration of justice;
(B) in connection with matters about which the judge acquired knowledge or expertise in the course of the judge’s judicial duties; or
(C) when the judge is acting pro se in a matter involving the judge’s legal or economic interests, or when the judge is acting in a fiduciary capacity.

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Posted by Wilson Kanaday on 08/31/2016 at 11:01 AM

Re: “Legislature subpoenas judge to testify about child custody decisions.

Remember when the Arkansas Times thought this issue was worth investigating?

http://bit.ly/ArkTimesDCFSAOC

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Posted by Wilson Kanaday on 08/31/2016 at 9:37 AM

Re: “Anti-abortion protestor arrested for harassing woman at clinic

Y'all are welcome to come to Hazen any time.

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Posted by Wilson Kanaday on 05/19/2016 at 5:57 AM

Re: “Director of state's child welfare agency to step down from post at end of March

Slithey... How about when she failed to respond as a mandated reporter to protect one of her employees? It's a misdemeanor the first time and a felony the next.

She basically took a bribe on the Harris case. People can try to make excuses for her but it was what it was.

When her employees broke procedures or laws she routinely covered for them.

That's enough to show there is cause.

Why are you defending her?

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Posted by Wilson Kanaday on 01/28/2016 at 9:38 PM

Re: “Director of state's child welfare agency to step down from post at end of March

RYD... I'm going to call BS on that. Completely not credible.

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Posted by Wilson Kanaday on 01/28/2016 at 3:55 PM

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