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Decision day near on whether NCAA will hold tournaments in states like Arkansas that have passed laws discriminating against transgender people.
Mask mandates fall, but private rules vary. And the world experience says the virus isn't over just yet.
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This week, Max Brantley and Austin Bailey talk about recurring nightmares of plummeting off the I-40 bridge and into the Mississippi, unemployment misery, Little Rock sales tax drama and a surprise visit from 50 Cent.
Thanks to the federal rescue plan, rent relief is on its way to Arkansas people.
AEA calls for state help on teacher health insurance.
Dark money legislation had roots at ALEC.
River shipping resumes but still no timeline on bridge traffic.
A dark money group talks about how it wrote cookie-cutter vote suppression legislation for many states. Sounds a lot like the Arkansas legislation.
Four men molested by their scoutmaster in Hot Springs four decades ago have new legal options, as do all victims of childhood sexual abuse in Arkansas, regardless of how long ago the abuse happened.
Video released of Little Rock police shooting.
Cognac or champagne, anyone? Fifty Cent wll sell you some.
The topics are wide-ranging today.
The outlook remains hazy, but prolonged, for reopening the I-40 bridge over the Mississippi River.
Almost 200 new cases and the testing and shot reports remain low.
Other states reducing federal unemployment benefits are providing a carrot to jobless workers. In Arkansas, it is only the stick.