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  • U.S. Supreme Court Upends Arkansas Supreme Court’s Good Birth Certificate Ruling

    26 juin 2017, par Jerry Cox
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, June 26, 2017 LITTLE ROCK, AR – On Tuesday the U.S. Supreme Court ruled the State of Arkansas must list two “mothers” on a child’s birth certificate if the child’s birth mother is legally married to Related posts: AR Supreme Court Says State Not Required to List (...)
  • Answering the Legal Challenges Against Pro-Life Laws

    23 juin 2017, par Jerry Cox
    The ACLU, Planned Parenthood, and the Center for Reproductive Rights have challenged five good, pro-life laws the Arkansas Legislature recently passed and Governor Hutchinson signed into law. Now it appears our pro-life Attorney General will be very busy defending these Related posts: ACLU, (...)
  • Study Finds Link Between Recreational Marijuana and Car Crashes

    23 juin 2017, par Jerry Cox
    A study conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) has found car crashes increase in states where recreational marijuana is legal. HLDI writes, Legalizing recreational marijuana use in Colorado, Oregon and Washington Related posts: New (...)
  • Legislature Begins Looking at Two Key Bills During the Interim

    23 juin 2017, par Jerry Cox
    This week the Arkansas Legislature moved forward with plans to look at two key pieces of legislation between now and 2019. The first is S.B. 583 by Senator Joyce Elliott. The legislature will study the feasibility of requiring 25% of lottery Related posts: Notable Bills Filed at the Legislature (...)
  • ACLU, Planned Parenthood Challenge Five Pro-Life Laws

    20 juin 2017, par Jerry Cox
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday, June 20, 2017 On Tuesday the ACLU and Planned Parenthood filed legal challenges against five pro-life laws recently passed by the Arkansas Legislature. Family Council President Jerry Cox released a statement, saying, “These lawsuits are almost Related posts: (...)
  • A.G. Rejects Another Recreational Marijuana Proposal

    14 juin 2017, par Jerry Cox
    Last week Attorney General Leslie Rutledge rejected yet another recreational marijuana proposal. The latest proposal was similar to measures the A.G. previously rejected. It effectively would have legalized marijuana despite the fact marijuana remains illegal under federal law. Among other (...)
  • Fewer Women From Neighboring States Travelling to Arkansas for Abortion

    13 juin 2017, par Jerry Cox
    One problem we have highlighted in the past is the number of abortions Arkansas “exports” to women in other states. Each year hundreds of women travel to Arkansas for abortions. Many of these women come from neighboring states like Mississippi, Related posts: Reports Show Arkansas Exporting (...)
  • Lottery Scholarship Revenue Drops in May

    12 juin 2017, par Jerry Cox
    On Friday the Arkansas Lottery released its monthly financial report for May. According to the report, the Arkansas Lottery took in over $38 million in May, but paid out roughly $7 million in scholarships–about 18 cents for every dollar it Related posts: Lottery Scholarship Funding Drops to 16.6 (...)
  • Family Council Calls on Congress to Block Abortion Funding

    12 juin 2017, par Jerry Cox
    Last week we joined more than 80 pro-life organizations in signing a letter urging Congress to keep funding for abortion providers out of the American Health Care Act, the new healthcare law up for consideration. The letter reads in part, Related posts: Family Council Calls for Vote Against (...)
  • PA Abortion Clinic Closed Thanks to Health Dept. Inspection

    9 juin 2017, par Jerry Cox
    An abortion clinic in Pennsylvania was shut down earlier this week following a surprise inspection from the Pennsylvania Department of Health. The inspection reportedly found “serious deficiencies and violations” at the clinic. This is significant, because Arkansas recently passed a law Related (...)

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