Monthly Archives January 2011

HB 1053, The Healthcare Freedom Act – Update

HB 1053, The Healthcare Freedom Act, sponsored by David Meeks, failed in the House Public Health Committee on Tuesday, January 25, 2011. The full title of HB1053 is “An Act to Ensure Freedom of Choice in Health Care for All Arkansans; and to Prevent Involuntary Enrollments in Health Care Insurance Programs.” Don’t let this bill drop – call your state representative today!

HB1205 Presented to House Public Health Committee

Tuesday, February 1, 2011, at 10:00 am in Room 130, HB1205, Arkansas Water Additive Accountability Act, will be presented to the House Public Health Committee by Representative Loy Mauch.

HB1008 State Benefits for Illegal Aliens – Update

HB1008, a bill that would require proof of citizenship or lawful presence in the United States for a person to be eligible for in-state tuition, was debated before the House Education Committee on January 27th, 2011. Several people spoke for and against the bill. The Department of Higher Education was supposed to give detailed information on a memo sent months ago about students whose enrollment had been flagged as possibly being fraudulent. The Head of the Department of Education, former Democrat Senator Shane Broadway, failed to provide that information, but will be back soon with it. PASSAGE of this bill is vital.

Senate Bill 3 has been WITHDRAWN!

Please send a huge THANK YOU to Senator Ruth Whitaker, who has WITHDRAWN Senate Bill 3!!!

WOW! Beebe admits illegals DO get benefits!

WOW! Governor Beebe Now Admits He Misspoke — Illegal Aliens Do Get Benefits! What Does Beebe Mean When He Said He Misspoke? And What Will Beebe Do Now That He Knows The Law Is Not Being Followed?

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