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'Richard H Mays'

Plaintiffs seek order to force city response in lawsuit over Terry Mansion

Lawyer says city hasn't met obligaton to respond to information requests in mansion lawsuit.
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Federal suit challenges Arkansas congressional districts over racial gerrymandering of 2nd District

A federal court should void the Arkansas congressional redistricting plan because the 2nd District was racially gerrymandered to dilute Black voting strength.

Plaintiffs seek court help in access to Terry Mansion

City and Fine Arts Museum non-responsive to request to inspect the deteriorating Terry Mansion.

The Terry Mansion: Plaintiffs dispute museum foundation's effort to get out of lawsuit

Mansion heirs explain why museum and city must be made to account for deterioration of historic house.

Taxpayers sue Attorney General Leslie Rutledge for spending state money to help Donald Trump and herself

State money has also been spent to aid her own ambition, the suit says.

Lawyer in I-30 challenge calls for work to stop on project until financing assured

The letter also mentions another project that may have to find a new source of revenue, widening I-30 in Saline County.

Highway department ordered to submit status report on I-30 work

Plaintiffs win around in fight to pin down state highway department on its freeway expansion plans.

Suit asks judge to prevent beginning of Interstate 30 work

The lawsuit seeking to stop the billion-dollar Interstate 30 widening project in downtown Little Rock stepped up a notch today with the filing of a request for a preliminary injunction to halt work until the lawsuit can be decided.

Lawsuit seeks halt of Interstate 630 widening work

A federal lawsuit was filed today to halt work on an expansion of Interstate 630 between Baptist Medical Center and University Avenue because the Arkansas Department of Transportation didn't perform an environmental assessment of the work. UPDATE: The state refused service of the lawsuit, an unusual happenstance that a federal judge might hear about Thursday.