2014 Governor’s Race

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The State Supreme Court’s (Literally) Peculiar Decision

Late yesterday afternoon, our state’s Supreme Court struck down the voter ID law that the Arkansas General Assembly passed last year. It is, in many respects, a very unusual decision.

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Poll: Low Support for O’Care in Arkansas

A new poll out today from the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) shows that despite some campaigns’ and officials’ ideas to the contrary, Obamacare is still a political loser in Arkansas for 2014.

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The Minimum Wage Hike: Hurting Those Who Need Help

Given the news today that the minimum-wage increase ballot initiative will be on the ballot in November, we thought it would be a good idea to revisit some of our previous arguments against raising the minimum wage.

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Regulatory Rhetoric: Ross, Hutchinson Outline Plans for Reigning in Bureaucracy

Ross actually has one decent idea, but his other two suggestions for “government efficiency” leave much to be desired.

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