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  • Did You Know Lawmakers Nearly Voted to Let You Unknowingly Waive Your Right to a Jury Trial?

    19 de marzo de 2018, por Jerry Cox
    Last week legislators convened for a special session of the Arkansas Legislature. Two identical bills that caught our attention were H.B. 1006 by Rep. Bob Ballinger (R-Hindsville) and S.B. 5 by Sen. Jeremy Hutchinson (R-Little Rock). In a nutshell, these bills made it possible for Related (...)
  • Arkansas A.G. Rejects Recreational Marijuana Proposal

    14 de marzo de 2018, por Jerry Cox
    Last week Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge rejected yet another proposal to legalize recreational marijuana. Like virtually every other recreational marijuana proposal, the measure would have let adults and companies grow, buy, sell, and use marijuana for any reason. The A.G.’s Related (...)
  • A.G. Rejects Casino Amendment

    14 de marzo de 2018, por Jerry Cox
    On Monday Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge rejected a proposed state constitutional amendment establishing four casinos in Arkansas. The proposal is similar to one the A.G.’s office rejected last month. Supporters of the measure want to circulate petitions to place Related posts: Video: (...)
  • AR Lottery Paying 17 Cents on the Dollar to Scholarships This Fiscal Year

    12 de marzo de 2018, por Jerry Cox
    On Friday the Arkansas Lottery released its monthly financial report for January. The report shows the Arkansas Lottery took in nearly $39.4 million, but paid out less than $6 million for college scholarships — about 15% of all the money Related posts: In the News: Family Council Preparing New (...)
  • Satanic Temple Opposing Pro-Life Laws in Federal Court

    7 de marzo de 2018, por Jerry Cox
    According to The Kansas City Star, the Satanic Temple has filed a federal lawsuit opposing a pro-life law in Missouri. The Satanic Temple reportedly filed the lawsuit on behalf of a Missouri woman, claiming the state’s informed consent law requiring Related posts: Fifty U.S. Abortion Clinics (...)
  • Read What Billy Graham Had to Say to Arkansas

    7 de marzo de 2018, por Jerry Cox
    In this month’s Family Council update letter, we take a look at what the Rev. Billy Graham had to say to Arkansas when he came to Little Rock in 1989. We also look at pro-abortion “clergy” blessing abortion clinics, our Related posts: Billy Graham Makes Final Call for America to Repent Ruth (...)
  • HHS Secretary: “No Such Thing as Medical Marijuana”

    5 de marzo de 2018, por Jerry Cox
    Last week U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar told news media in Ohio, “There really is no such thing as medical marijuana. . . . There is no FDA approved use of marijuana, a botanical plant. I just want Related posts: Marijuana Causing Overdoses, “Exploding Houses” Five of the (...)
  • Family Council Action Committee to Oppose Proposed Amendment to Cap Value of Life

    5 de marzo de 2018, por Jerry Cox
    The following is a press release from Family Council Action Committee. You can see video of Family Council Action Committee’s press conference here. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Monday, March 5, 2018 At a press conference on Monday, Family Council Action Committee Related posts: In the News: Family (...)
  • A.G.’s From Out of State Opposing Pro-Life Laws in Arkansas

    5 de marzo de 2018, por Jerry Cox
    Last week 16 state attorneys general filed an amicus brief in the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals opposing pro-life laws the Arkansas Legislature passed in 2017. The coalition is led by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. The group consists Related posts: Fifty U.S. Abortion Clinics (...)
  • Country Music Sends a Message: Christians Need Not Apply

    5 de marzo de 2018, por Jerry Cox
    Last week former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee made headlines for being appointed too — and subsequently forced out of — a volunteer position on the board of the Country Music Association Foundation. The CMA Foundation provides grants and charitable donations Related posts: Students, Know Your (...)

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