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Brad Hendricks (left), a Little Rock attorney, opposes the proposed tort reform amendment. Carl Vogelpohl supports Issue 1 and says it will bring jobs to Arkansas.
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The Pros and Cons of Arkansas Tort ReformLock Icon

With less than five months before the November vote on capping attorney’s fees and damages, groups for and against tort reform in Arkansas are making their case with money. read more >
Jerry Cox
Health Care / Legal

Family Council Opposing Arkansas Medical Lawsuits Measure

The Family Council Action Committee says it's opposing a ballot measure placing limits on medical lawsuit damages in Arkansas, signaling a possible split among conservatives on the proposal. read more >
Government & Politics / Health Care / Legal

Group Asks Arkansas Court to Block Medical Marijuana Measure

A group opposing efforts to legalize medical marijuana asked Arkansas' highest court to block a legalization measure on the November ballot, saying the proposal misleads voters about its consequences. read more >
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3 Groups Submit Petitions for Arkansas Ballot Measures

Groups trying to get casino legalization, medical marijuana and limits on medical lawsuits before Arkansas voters submitted thousands of signatures to election officials on Friday in hopes of qualifying for the November ballot. read more >
Government & Politics

Arkansas Medical Marijuana Backers Raise $419,000

Supporters of a ballot measure to legalize medical marijuana in Arkansas are enjoying a fundraising advantage over opponents, but have burned through their cash quickly as next week's election approaches. read more >