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Arkansas gubernatorial debate between Democrat Mike Ross and Republican Asa Hutchinson. A picked out a few moments that stood out.
1. Both candidates want a more educated workforce. Each candidate hit on the need to make sure companies will have the talent pool they need if they come to Arkansas. While they have some differences in terms of how to create that workforce, both stressed the importance of creating an attractive group of candidates to lure and keep business.
2. Each candidate feels the other's tax plan isn't financially feasible. Hutchinson has a plan to give $100 million worth of immediate tax relief to 45-percent of Arkansans. Ross doesn't think the money is there. Ross wants to give $565 million worth of tax cuts over time. Hutchinson says that won't be possible.
3.Would the Real Asa Hutchinson Please Stand Up? Ross painted a picture of two different Asa Hutchinsons. Ross pinpointed issues where he feels Hutchinson has changed his tune and said it's unclear which Asa Hutchinson we'd get as governor. KARK News
Monday, February 23rd, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson allowed a new law to block future anti-discrimination laws (to go into effect 90 days after the legislative session ends later this summer). While the premise of the new law known as SB 202 appears reasonable, in actuality this law allows legal discrimination for all non-protected classes.
In this episode, we hear from three Arkansas residents. Meet once again Scott Wyant, Founder of Straight Talk Arkansas, a website dedicated to Living liberally in the Mid-South.
We'll also hear from Cathey Shoshone and Christina Harrison. Cathey is the Co-Chair and Christina is the Founder of Arkansans For Equality.
Christina Harrison was born and raised in Arkansas. She founded Arkansans for Equality in 2011. As an ally, she had become frustrated with the bigotry she came across towards our fellow Arkansans in the LGBTQ community and wanted to do something to help. She began a ballot initiative to repeal Amendment 83 soon after. Christina is a combat veteran in the Army National Guard, and has just recently returned from a tour in Afghanistan.
Cathey Shoshone, also an ally, was born in Arkansas but has lived in several states around the South. She lives in Arkansas currently, She "liked" the Arkansan for Equality facebook page and volunteered to collect signatures for the ballot initiative. The ballot initiative became obsolete when Cheryl Maples and Jack Wagoner won their case in Judge Piazza's courtroom legalizing same-sex marriage. A federal case has also overthrown Amendment 83 to the Arkansas State Constitution. This decision has been stayed pending an appeal hearing.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview author Rick Shaeffer.
From famed moments such as the Razorbacks winning the 1994 NCAA Tournament to lesser known trivia, including which uniform configuration is considered a curse or knowing the animal that was the school’s original mascot, 100 Things Arkansas Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die reveals the most critical moments and important facts about Arkansas football and basketball. With details on past and present players, coaches, and teams that are part of the university’s storied history, this book contains everything "Hogs" fans should know, see, and do in their lifetimes, and encapsulates what being a Razorbacks fan is all about.
Rick Schaeffer was the sports information director with the University of Arkansas athletic department for 24 years, and he was the radio color commentator for Razorbacks football for a decade. Rick is the founder of Champions for Kids, a nonprofit organization that provides support, training, and resources for youth organizations in Arkansas. Quinn Grovey was the starting quarterback at Arkansas from 1987 to 1989, leading the Razorbacks to Southwest Conference Championships in 1988 and 1989. They both live in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Bringing the next generation of tomorrow's NFL stars to you today on the College2pro.com Player's Platform Show.
Join host Bo Marchionte and special guest Dezmin Lewis of Central Arkansas. Lewis earned an invite to the 2015 Reese’s Senior Bowl a rather big deal for any NFL Draft Prospect, but even more so for a small school star like Lewis.
Go one-on-one with Luckett and know more about the Central Arkansas receiver that could be suiting up for your favorite NFL team this up coming season.
Meet Scott Wyant, a dedicated blogger of over seven years, Founder of Straight Talk Arkansas.Com
Scott, an out gay, self-proclaimed politics pundit pours time and effort into complex topics with the goal of giving readers straight-talk based on facts mixed with a hint of opinion.
This particular post caught your hosts' eye. The time and effort Scott donated to his larger community to educate them regarding the states first non-discrimination ordinance to protect LGBT persons in Fayetteville - is worthy of note! (Quality blog posts like this takes days!)
After the show, visit Straight Talk Arkansas.Com no matter where you live. Scott offers wonderful insights on topics your community most likely faces as well!
The Metaphysical Edge with Bee Delozier returns to GGMRadio every Thursday at 11 AM Central.
TODAY'S SPECIAL TREAT ~ CRYSTAL MINING IN ARKANSAS. We just returned from a trip to Board Camp Crystal Mine and have a LOT of info to share. PLUS special guests, Orville and Cheryl Murphy of Board Camp Crystal Mine, Crystal King Joe Ray and Becky Newsome. We invite you to call in with your crystal questions and speak with our guests.
Join Bee and her special guests as they discuss the many subjects, trending news and interests in the metaphysical arena.
Circuit Judge Chris Piazza said: "Arkansas's marriage laws discriminate against same-sex couples in violation of the Equal Protection Clause ...."
"Although marriage is not expressly identified as a fundamental right in the Constitution, the United States Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized it as such,"
EUREKA SPRINGS — Two women from Fort Smith became the first same-sex couple in Arkansas ever to receive a marriage license.Kristin Seaton, 27, and Jennifer Rambo, 26, got the license at about 10 a.m. Saturday at the Carroll County courthouse in Eureka Springs, which normally issues marriage licenses for four hours every Saturday. Arkansas online
In this episode we recap the Tennessee - Utah State game and talk about which units need improvement from week 1 to week 2. We also will preview a fast Arkansas State Red Wolves team that is on its 5th head coach in 5 years. Arkansas State employs quick game and Tennessee's defense will need to stay light on their toes but also play assignment football to keep the Red Wolves contained. Hosts: Ben, Will, and Michael. Call in number is 657 383 0822
Drew Pritt joins us to discuss Arkansas politics and more