Mandy Keener

On this week’s episode, Austin briefs us on a brewing fight between the secretary of state and the Pulaski County clerk over voter registration forms with e-signatures, Mary Hennigan runs down the latest in city news, and Benji and Omaya hash out the details of why Arkansas (unlike 45 other states) isn’t extending postpartum Medicaid coverage from 60 days to 12 months.

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Show Notes:

Little Rock Zoo welcomes new baby orangutan

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https://staging.arktimes.com/news/2024/02/26/little-rock-zoo-welcomes-new-baby-orangutan

We dig it! Construction slated for Little Rock’s Southeast Trail

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https://staging.arktimes.com/news/2024/03/06/we-dig-it-construction-slated-for-little-rocks-southeast-trail

Little Rock’s city boardroom still under construction, April return hopeful

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https://staging.arktimes.com/news/2024/03/06/little-rocks-city-boardroom-still-under-construction-april-return-hopeful

$53 million in federal funds set to improve Arkansas water systems

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https://staging.arktimes.com/news/2024/02/27/53-million-in-federal-funds-set-to-improve-arkansas-water-systems

Top Little Rock housing authority exec resigns

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https://staging.arktimes.com/news/2024/03/08/top-little-rock-housing-authority-exec-resigns

Two appointments to Little Rock housing authority cleared by city board

https://staging.arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2024/03/07/two-appointments-to-little-rock-housing-authority-cleared-by-city-board

Secretary of state warns against voter registration e-signatures; Pulaski clerk says she’ll keep taking them

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https://staging.arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2024/03/07/mixed-messages-from-the-arkansas-secretary-of-state-sow-confusion-over-online-voter-applications

If Arkansas claims to protect life, it needs to do more for mothers and infants

https://staging.arktimes.com/arkansas-blog/2024/01/30/if-arkansas-claims-to-protect-life-it-needs-to-do-more-for-mothers-and-infants

Sanders rejects 12-month Medicaid extension for moms, says Arkansas already has enough coverage

https://staging.arktimes.com/news/2024/02/22/sanders-rejects-12-month-medicaid-extension-for-moms-says-arkansas-already-has-enough-coverage

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