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7 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
Is a Democratic Party pitch that Mike Ross is friendlier to the corporate lobby than Asa Hutchinson a vote mover? I'm skeptical of the vote value of corporate welfare.
11 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
Another writer, Jon Swaine from The Guardian, takes a crack at profiling the race between Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor and Republican challenger Tom Cotton.
16 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
The Democratic Party was quick to hit Republican gubernatorial candidate Asa Hutchinson for not cheering the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce party line at a joint Fort Smith appearance before chamberites today with Democra t Mike Ross Said a party spokesman: Today, Congressman Hutchinson spoke at the Fort Smith Chamber of Commerce First Friday ... (more)
21 hrs ago | Arkansas Times
An automated poll Tuesday of 850 Arkansas voters found support for medical marijuana, but not for allowing people to grow their own.
WASHINGTON, July 31 -- The office of Sen. Edward J. Markey, D-Mass., issued the following news release: Senator Edward J. Markey today joined Senators John D. Rockefeller, IV, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, Dick Durbin , Bill Nelson , Mark Pryor , and Chris Coons , to introduce the America COMPETES ... (more)
Arkansas' gubernatorial race, once deemed a "toss-up" by Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia's Center for Politics and author of the Sabato's Crystal Ball blog, is leaning Republican.
U.S. Sens. Mark Pryor and John Boozman and Reps. Tim Griffin and Steve Womack have announced $700,000 in federal grants to five fire departments in Arkansas.
Codenamed "Caesar," the man appeared before the House Foreign Affairs Committee in disguise, his face concealed by a blue hooded raincoat, hat and glasses.
Graphic images of emaciated and bloodied corpses in the Syrian civil war were presented to uncharacteristically silent members of Congress Thursday as a former military photographer testified about the signs of savagery he witnessed.
My colleague Guy Benson previously posted about how Sen. Mark Pryor labeled the Obamacare horror stories as " anecdotal ."
The following newsletter is an abridged version of Campaign Pro's Morning Score.
Democrat Senators Kay Hagan of North Carolina and Mark Pryor of Arkansas have both now warned Obama to not "take any steps without the approval of Congress" when it comes to dealing with the current illegal immigration crisis.
Hard-left MSNBC host Ed Schulz is worried that Democrats will be hammered by voters if President Barack Obama uses his executive authority distributes work-permits to millions of illegal immigrants.
"More people are carrying concealed in this country, and yet the gun homicide rate has been dropping precipitously.
You would think that with the latest news that the health insurance lobby is still laundering money for attack ads against Democrats who supported ObamaCare, the Democratic leadership would slam the door on any requests from the industry.
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is financing an Iowa ad saying that GOP nominee Joni Ernst has "proposed privatizing Social Security [and] gambling our savings in the stock market."
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 07:27 pm
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