Asa Hutchinson Signs Bill Cutting Top Income Tax Rate

Asa Hutchinson Signs Bill Cutting Top Income Tax Rate
Gov. Asa Hutchinson signs his $97 million plan to cut the state's top income tax rate from 6.9 percent to 5.9 percent. The proposal won final approval in the majority-Republican Arkansas Legislature last week.

Arkansas' governor on Tuesday signed into law his $97 million plan to cut the state's top income tax rate, and said he wants legislators to address highway funding before looking at any other tax reductions during this year's session.
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Innovation Council Summit: Working Together A Must

Innovation Council Summit: Working Together A Must

Arkansas can become a leader in the knowledge-based economy if its state government, industries and educators work together to develop a workforce attractive to innovators.
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J.B. Hunt Closes on $100M Acquisition of Cory 1st

J.B. Hunt Closes on $100M Acquisition of Cory 1st

J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc. of Lowell completes its acquisition of Cory 1st Choice Home Delivery.
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The List Largest Hotels

The Largest Hotels in Arkansas, ranked by number of guest rooms (including suites.) Also includes contact information.

Rank Name City
1 Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa, The Hot Springs
2 Little Rock Marriott Little Rock
3 Embassy Suites NWA Hotel Spa & Convention Center Rogers
4 DoubleTree by Hilton Little Rock Little Rock
5 Four Points by Sheraton Little Rock Midtown Little Rock

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Cynthia Dunlap Sees Love for Arkansas Coming Naturally for Visitors

Cynthia Dunlap, the interim director of the Department of Parks & Tourism, says tourism tax receipts are up, and robust in the northwest.