Governor Asa Hutchinson actually vetoed the anti-trans bill, claiming the bill was "overbroad” and “extreme."
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson admits to CNN's Dana Bash that the "whole design of the law" he signed with no exceptions for rape and incest was to challenge Roe v. Wade at the Supreme Court.
Speaking to Dana Bash, the Arkansas governor has no qualms about admitting his goal is to get his thoroughly unconstitutional law challenged in the Supreme Court, to have abortion declared illegal throughout the nation.
Richard Barnett screamed at the judge to be let free, “I’ve been here a long time … another month … It’s not fair. You’re letting everyone else out … I need help,” he yelled.
Jim Hendren made his decision after the January 6 riot. That's the last straw? Really.
Richard Barnett of Arkansas was denied bail in Federal Court by Judge Beryl Howell, who did not mince words in her decision, letting him know exactly what he did to democracy that day.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R) on Sunday said that his administration is working with President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team because President Donald Trump’s words are “not quite as significant” after losing.
Only in Arkansas is being behind on rent considered a crime. Attorney Josh Drake spoke up about the cruelty of prosecuting renters. He was fired for it.
If the lawsuit is successful, 20 million Americans will lose their healthcare coverage.
Arkansas on its way to being the first state to ban medication abortion - a procedure that is sometimes preferred to surgical abortion - because of a case the Supreme Court refused to hear.
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