#HB1228 Tests LGBT Economic Argument (Andrew DeMillo Analysis)

#HB1228 Tests LGBT Economic Argument (Andrew DeMillo Analysis)
Asa Hutchinson spent much of a news conference announcing the new economic development leader explaining his position on HB1228.

How the "Religious Freedom Restoration Act" is testing an effort by gay rights supporters to turn the fight over anti-discrimination laws and same-sex marriage into a financial debate, not a social one.
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Arkansas Senate Approves Religious Protection Bill

The Arkansas Senate has passed a bill aimed at preventing the government from infringing upon someone's religious beliefs, a measure that critics say would be a blank check for businesses to discriminate against gays and lesbians.
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Arkansas Jobless Rate Down to 5.5 Percent

Arkansas Jobless Rate Down to 5.5 Percent

The state's unemployment rate fell to 5.5 percent in February, down a tenth of a percentage point from January, according to data released Friday by the state Department of Workforce Services.
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The List Pulaski County Commercial Real Estate

Largest Pulaski County Commercial Real Estate Deals list is ranked by price and also includes property, buyer, seller and property description.

Rank Name Price Buyer (Company)
1 Foothills Apartments 42,600,000 Maxus Realty Trust Inc.
2 Midtowne Little Rock 41,450,000 IREIT Little Rock Midtowne LLC
3 Stonebridge at the Ranch Apartments 31,580,000 Stonebridge at the Ranch Owner LLC
4 Shadow Lake Apartments 26,870,000 LSREF3 Bravo Arkansas LLC
5 Park Avenue properties 23,360,000 IREIT Little Rock Park Avenue LLC

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DIS Director Mark Myers on Arkansas' Top Cybersecurity Threat

Mark Myers, as DIS director, leads more than 250 information technology and other professionals responsible for the state network, telecommunications services and information systems.