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After Ethics Fine, Paul Bookout Resigns From Arkansas Senate

by Associated Press 8/21/2013 7:19 am

Paul Bookout, a Democratic state senator from northeast Arkansas, resigned after an ethics panel said he spent thousands of dollars from his re-election campaign on personal items such as women's clothing and home theater equipment. "It has been an honor and a privilege to serve the people of the state of Arkansas," Bookout, who's been in the Senate since 2006, wrote.

Updated: Former State Rep. Hudson Hallum Gets Home Confinement, Fine

by Associated Press 6/20/2013 1:20 pm

A judge has sentenced a former east Arkansas legislator convicted of election fraud to three years of probation, including nine months of home confinement.

Hudson Hallum Will Be Sentenced in Election Case This Summer

by Associated Press 4/17/2013 3:24 pm

A former east Arkansas legislator convicted of conspiracy to commit election fraud is to be sentenced this summer.

Cable Cutters, Election Fraud and John Glasgow: Arkansas Business' Top Read Online Stories in 2012

by Lance Turner 12/24/2012 12:00 am

A July story on how some Arkansans are ditching pay-television for online services like Netflix and Hulu is ArkansasBusiness.com’s most-read story of the year, according to traffic numbers from Jan. 1 to Dec. 17.

Sentencing Postponed For Hudson Hallum in Election Fraud Case

by Associated Press 12/21/2012 1:59 pm

Two days after sentencing was set for former state representative Hudson Hallum, convicted of conspiracy to commit election, the proceeding has been postponed.

Arkansas Republicans Seek Majority in Legislature

by Jeannie Nuss, The Associated Press 11/4/2012 5:45 pm

Arkansas Republicans hope to carve out a majority in the Legislature for the first time in more than a century, even though the racially charged writings of three GOP candidates have surfaced and threatened to hurt their momentum.

State Rep. Hudson Hallum, 3 Others Plead Guilty to Election Fraud

by Arkansas Business Staff 9/5/2012 3:54 pm

State Rep. Hudson Hallum, D-Marion, his father and two others have pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit election fraud, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Jane Duke.