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An audit of the Little Rock Housing Authority, also known as the Metropolitan Housing Alliance, by the inspector general of the Housing and Urban Development Department found it had mismanaged its rental assistance demonstration program.
The Arkansas chapter of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America is touting a successful legislative session. No new gun safety legislation was adopted, but they played successful defense on some bad proposals.
The nonprofit founded by former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords has sued the Federal Election Commission for failing to enforce campaign finance law against the National Rifle Association in helping candidates including U.S. Sen. Tom Cotton.
Well isn't this special? Former Whitewater Special Persecutor Kenneth Starr will make an appearance at the Arkansas Capitol at noon Thursday and if you're allowed to attend you can snag a $15 copy of his book, "Contempt: A Memoir of the Clinton Investigation."
Mayor Frank Scott Jr. released the "Scott Script" yesterday, a 92-page compilation of the recommendations from his transition team's eight citizen-led subcommittees for uniting and improving Little Rock. Antwan Philips, co-chair of the transition team's board of directors, said he hopes the report will act as a "playbook" for the rest of the mayor's first term.
Senate President Pro Tempore Jim Hendren is seeking dismissal of a wage-and-hour lawsuit against his plastics company for use of unpaid labor on the strength of a state law enacted less than three weeks ago. Opposing lawyers say the new law was passed under false pretenses and cripples the minimum wage law increase approved by voters last November.
The state Correction Department, 60 years after the fact, will unveil a memorial on the grounds of its Wrightsville unit, the site March 5, 1959 of a fire that killed 21 boys locked inside the Negro Boys Industrial School.