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Tedford and Son Leave Stephens Inc., Go In with Stephens Group This article is available only in print.

Bill Tedford has left Stephens Inc. after 51 years, along with son Alan, and they have hooked up with the other side of the Stephens family.
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Natural State Medical Group Holds Breath for Marijuana License This article is available only in print.

Natural State Medical Group Inc. has applied for a medical marijuana license and has sold $925,000 worth of shares of the company, according to its Oct. 2 filing with the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission. Its total offering amount is $4.5 million.
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Go Fund Me: Medical Bills Spur New Ways to Pay This article is available only in print.

In an era of soaring medical costs, more and more people are turning to fundraising platforms like GoFundMe to help defray their expenses.
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New Partnership in Delta to Focus on Kids in Need

Little Rock attorney Bill Waddell is helping organize Monroe County Children in Trust, a one-of-a-kind partnership that will be housed at the Mid-Delta Health Systems clinic in Clarendon.
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