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Analysis: Other State Gains Offer Hope to Arkansas Democrats

Analysis: Other State Gains Offer Hope to Arkansas Democrats
Democrats now control eight seats of Oklahoma's 48-seat state senate.

Gains by Democrats in other states this year — including victories in solidly red Oklahoma next door — are offering hope to Arkansas Democrats that there may be a way to rebound following Republican routs in recent years.
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Marijuana Insurance Buds in Arkansas

The moment last year that Arkansas voters approved the use of medical marijuana, Paul Dunn knew he wanted to sell insurance for the industry. But it won't be easy. The federal government still considers marijuana illegal.
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Janet Yellen on Monday submitted her resignation from the Federal Reserve Board to President Donald Trump, announcing that she will leave the board when her successor is sworn in as Fed chairman.
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