Arkansas Week: Four Voting Laws Struck Down/an Appeal and Barriers Women Face in the Workplace
Four voting laws passed by the legislature have been struck down in court, but the attorney general plans an appeal. Guests: Sen. Kim Hammer, R-Benton and Sen. Joyce Elliott, D-Little Rock
Gov. Hutchinson has established the Arkansas Commission on the Status of Women to examine and make recommendations on women in the labor force. Guest: Alison Williams, Chairperson Status of Women Commission
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