fbpx

Hate Crimes Law: Let’s Not Be Last

Enacting hate-crimes legislation would be a huge step in making Arkansas a safer and more inclusive place for children to grow up – and for all of us to live and prosper. We applaud Gov. Hutchinson for strongly urging...

COVID-19 And Policy Update, Vol. 22

November 13, 2020 A week after the election, we’re still analyzing how the results might affect public policy in Arkansas. We’ll talk about this and more in a series of meetings next week that are part of our Children’s Policy...

COVID-19 And Policy Update, Vol. 21

October 16, 2020 Early voting begins Monday. There are several ways to exercise your right, and we urge you to make your voting plan today. More information on that and other issues are in this edition of the Arkansas...

COVID-19 And Policy Update, Vol. 19

September 18, 2020 Even before the pandemic, Arkansas’s uninsured rate was climbing faster than almost any other state. That and other issues are included in this latest edition of the Arkansas Advocates policy update, which will arrive in your...

COVID-19 And Policy Update, Vol. 17

August 21, 2020 Reopening schools, constitutional amendment proposals and pandemic unemployment payments are among the issues in this edition of your Arkansas Advocates’ policy update. It will arrive in your inbox every other Friday. AACF calls for a pause...

COVID-19 And Policy Update, Vol. 15

With Congress considering what to include in the next round of coronavirus relief legislation and a debate over how schools can reopen safely in Arkansas, there’s a lot to update in both the state and federal policy arenas. Arkansas...