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Luncheon Honors Arkansas Business Health Care Heroes

Luncheon Honors Arkansas Business Health Care Heroes

The annual Health Care Heroes awards luncheon, held Nov. 16 in Little Rock, honored people and organizations for work in improving care in Arkansas.
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Randeep Mann's Case Against Pulaski County Jail Tossed

Randeep Mann, the disgraced former doctor who is serving life in federal prison, saw his lawsuit against the Pulaski County Detention Facility and others thrown out last week.
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Joseph Baxter Promoted at at Arkansas Rehabilitation Services (Movers & Shakers)

Joseph Baxter has been promoted to deputy commissioner at Arkansas Rehabilitation Services in Little Rock. He was previously chief fiscal officer.
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Seeing Things That Don't Exist — Yet (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

People who can visualize things that have never existed are as mysterious and awe-inspiring to me as the people who can hear music that has never been written. read more >

Tally of Largest Commercial Building Projects in Arkansas Hits $2.4 Billion

The dollar total of largest commercial construction projects in Arkansas registered nearly $2.3 billion this year. The tally reflected a 1.2 percent decline from more than $2.4 billion in 2015. read more >

Chapel Ridge Complex Houses $8M Transaction (Real Deals)

Little Rock Housing Associates Ltd. of Denver sold the Chapel Ridge Apartments project at 24800 Chenal Parkway to Chapel Ridge Stanev AR LLC of Brooklyn, New York. read more >

Loggins & Sweat Added to Arkansas Center for Health Improvement Staff (Movers & Shakers)

Randy Loggins and Michelle Sweat have been hired at the Arkansas Center for Health Improvement in Little Rock. read more >

Where Americans Found Jobs: Offices, Clinics, Construction

If you were looking for a job last month, you might have found plenty of opportunities in white-collar offices, health care, construction and restaurants. read more >

Trump Win Buoys Push for New Abortion Limits in Arkansas

Buoyed by Republicans' expanded majorities in the Legislature and Donald Trump's presidential victory, abortion opponents in Arkansas are pushing for bans on a commonly used second trimester procedure, terminating a pregnancy based on the fetus' sex and other restrictions next year. read more >

Court Upholds $122.5M Award in Randeep Mann Case

Arkansas' highest court has upheld a $122.5 million civil judgment against a former doctor who was convicted of severely injuring the state medical board's chairman in a 2009 bombing. read more >

Arkansas Agency Begins Drafting Medical Marijuana Rules

Labels for medical marijuana products in Arkansas would have to include details on their laboratory analysis, dosage and warnings under a draft of rules prepared by the state Department of Health. read more >

Delta Regional Authority, Governor Announce $26M in Investments

The Delta Regional Authority, Gov. Asa Hutchinson and their federal and local partners announced Monday nearly $26 million in new investments that will create or retain an estimated 650 jobs. read more >

Arkansas Republicans Eye New Clout Under Trump (Andrew DeMillo Analysis)

For the first time since their takeover of Arkansas' statewide and federal offices, the state's Republicans will also see their party in control of the White House and Congress next year. They're hoping that translates into new clout for the state. read more >

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