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Jim Lynch

Clockwise from top left: State Rep. Nate Bell; Steve Clark, president and CEO of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce; State Sen. Jon Woods; and Jim Lynch.
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Issue 3: A Job-Luring Amendment, or Corporate Welfare?

If Arkansas voters approve an amendment to the state Constitution in November, supporters say it will help bring more companies and jobs to the state. Opponents say it’s corporate welfare. read more >
Jim Lynch was one of the plaintiffs in the 2013 lawsuit challenging payments by the cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock to their chambers, saying they violated the state Constitution.
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Chambers of Commerce Worried Over Judge’s Payment Ruling

A Pulaski County Circuit Court judge’s ruling last month that ordered the cities of Little Rock and North Little Rock to stop paying chambers of commerce and related entities for economic development programs sent shock waves through chamber offices across the state. read more >
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Newk’s Eatery’s First Northwest Arkansas Location Opens Monday

The first of four planned Newk's Eatery locations in northwest Arkansas will open Monday in Fayetteville. read more >