Your headlines for April 4, 2018: the Arkansas Supreme Court has declined to intervene in a voter ID case, Ecclesia College president pleads guilty to fraud ahead of trial, Justin Jones suspends Libertarian candidacy for state representative after controversy over anti-gay slurs and former state Sen. Jake Files to face federal sentencing this summer for fraud.


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