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Arkansas Transparency In Govt. Group Meeting 3/16/2020

Update: 3/15/20 This meeting has been postponed until further notice. There is an important upcoming meeting on Monday, March 16, 2020, promoting transparency in the government that we should support. It’s all about keeping our Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA) in place. Meeting Held By: Arkansas Transparency In Government Group (AR TIGG) This will be their […]

Help Save the Historical Pruitt Bridge!

Would you please help us? This is a public outcry! The Pruitt Bridge, better known as the old Buffalo Bridge (# 01689), is an extremely important part of Newton County and MUST be saved and under the ownership of Newton County. A petition to save the historic bridge is currently being circulated, and it’s urgent that we […]

UPDATED – GOP Governors Betraying Constituents by Pushing Refugee Resettlement

Updated 01/11/2019 We are advising you of 3 IMPORTANT UPDATES:  1. Please attend the City, County & Local Affairs Committee meeting — and NOTE THE TIME CHANGE — on Monday, January 13, 2020 at 9:00 AM in the MAC Building, Room A, located behind the Arkansas State Capitol, 500 Woodlane St. Little Rock, AR 72201. Governor Asa Hutchinson […]

Extortion in Arkansas Part 14 – UPCOMING Carroll County Court Hearing 11/26/19: $18 Trash Tax

Heads Up! The next Court Hearing on the Trash Tax/ “service fee” is Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at the Carroll County Courthouse in Berryville, Arkansas. Secure Arkansas is writing this article because the State Attorney General’s (AG) office has become involved in this illegal and unconstitutional trash tax/”service fee” that was forced upon residents in Baxter, Boone, Carroll, […]

DACA Students Propaganda

Secure Arkansas is sending out one last article before HB 1684 — the bad bill that confers in-state tuition to undocumented students — hits the House floor on the last day of session, Friday morning, 4/05/2019. We thought it was important to keep our reading audience updated. We believe there is a shred of hope that the […]


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