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Kenneth Hixson

M.S. Wholesale Plumbing Inc. in Russellville, the lead plaintiff in lawsuits involving unwanted faxes.
Banking & Finance / Insurance / Legal / Manufacturing

Bankers Decry $22.4M Award in Fax Case

A $22.4 million judgment against Wells Fargo Bank tied to a case over unwanted faxes wasn’t based in reality, according to bankers’ associations. read more >
Courtney Goodson
Government & Politics / Media & Marketing

Courtney Goodson Sues Again to Stop Outside Attack Ads

Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Courtney Goodson sues to block a Washington-based conservative group's attack ads and mailers. read more >
Associate Justice Courtney Goodson faces David Sterling in November's general election for the Position 3 seat on the Arkansas Supreme Court.
Legal

Group Spends $1.1M Against Courtney Goodson

A Washington-based group says it's spent $1.1 million so far this fall on mailers and TV ads in the race to oust a Supreme Court justice in Arkansas, including a new spot similar to one by another group that a state judge temporarily blocked from airing earlier this year. read more >
Courtney Goodson
Government & Politics / Legal / Media & Marketing

More Ads Bashing Arkansas Justice Seeking Re-election Halted

A second Arkansas judge has prevented TV stations from airing a conservative group's ad attacking a state Supreme Court justice who is running for re-election. read more >
Courtney Goodson
Government & Politics / Legal / Media & Marketing

Courtney Goodson Sues to Block Group’s Ads

An Arkansas Supreme Court justice files a lawsuit to block a conservative group's TV ads targeting her re-election bid. read more >
Government & Politics / Legal / Media & Marketing

Stay Suspicious (Editorial)

So-called dark money has again made its presence known in the race for Arkansas Supreme Court, and it’s just as noxious as it was two years ago. read more >
Arkansas Supreme Court Building in Little Rock
Government & Politics / Legal

Courtney Goodson Again Fending Off Outside Spending

A conservative interest group that spent heavily two years ago to keep a member of the Arkansas Supreme Court from becoming chief justice has her in its sights again, though it's unclear why it has singled out her instead of the two men running for her seat, since all three have hinted at or touted conservative views. read more >
Courtney Goodson
Government & Politics / Legal / Media & Marketing

Group Again Focusing on Arkansas Supreme Court Race with Ads

Washington-based conservative group is preparing to launch television ads criticizing an Arkansas Supreme Court justice seeking re-election, two years after the group spent more than $600,000 on TV spots targeting the justice during her unsuccessful bid to lead the state's highest court. read more >
Arkansas Supreme Court Building in Little Rock
Government & Politics / Legal

Appellate Judge Seeks Arkansas Supreme Court Seat

An Arkansas appellate judge said Tuesday he's running for state Supreme Court justice, creating a three-person race for a high court that has been the focus of expensive campaigns by outside conservative groups. read more >