Taxpayer-Funded Legislative Meal Plans: Another Possible Blessing From Issue 3

Scott Trotter, a local attorney who helped write Issue 3 and who currently serves as a kind of volunteer advisor to the misnamed Independent Citizens Committee, said during the panel discussion that one of his suggestions to the committee would be to make taxpayers pay for legislators’ meals in the future.

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Texas Rethinks Crony Capitalism. Will Arkansas?

Interestingly enough, Texas has at least begun discussing ending crony capitalism in recent weeks by abolishing the Texas Enterprise Fund (the Texas version of the Quick Action Closing Fund, an Arkansas Program that bureaucrats use to throw taxpayer money at private businesses).

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