A quiet fiscal session coming?

When legislators gather at the Arkansas State Capitol starting April 10 for their every-two-year fiscal session, they’ll be discussing the governor’s budget, her plan for increasing state employee salaries, and legislation to limit the state’s growing collection of noisy crypto mines.
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Thanks for reporting on Cooks debacle

Dear Mr. Loftis, Thank you for finally sharing with the public, a bit about what has been going on ‘behind the scenes’ in Carroll and adjacent counties — specifically about what sounds like a TRAVESTY in so many ways (referring to the cover story entitled: “Feathers fly at legislative meeting” in the Tuesday Feb. 13, 2024, issue of the Carroll County News, and State Senator Bryan King’s followup article entitled “Agriculture officials should resign” [February 20, 2024 issue of the Carroll County News p.4A]).
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