Archives For Tort Reform

Senator Missy Irvin and Her Questionable Campaign Donations

We want to bring your attention to this woman, Senator Missy Irvin, and her outlandish legislative activity to the forefront. Let’s look at her past chilling record. Her unconstitutional decisions speak for themselves. Do NOT let her influence your vote! Senator Irvin signed a loyalty oath to support the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) interests […]

Rep. Bob Ballinger Bamboozling Public on Ballot Issue 1

Secure Arkansas has had a presence at the Arkansas Capitol since 2008, and we have closely observed and been involved with many different legislative issues plaguing our state. We cannot overlook how the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) controls far too many legislators and Arkansas’ laws being written behind closed doors by those who take […]

HIGH ALERT: Tort Control SJR8, FULL HOUSE VOTE 2/27/2017

***Representatives, please VOTE NO on SJR 8 *** Our plea is that you have mercy on the people of Arkansas. SJR 8 comes up for a FULL HOUSE VOTE on Monday, February 27, 2017 at 1:30 p.m.  Here’s the House agenda. We have been warning you about Tort Reform (Tort Control) legislation for quite some time, and SJR 8 is just […]

Ark. Legislators: VOTE NO on Tort Control SJR8

*** Legislators, Vote NO on SJR 8 ! *** Tort Reform (which should actually be called “tort control”) legislation makes it much more difficult to hold corporations accountable for causing injury and death. It reduces the damages payable to the actual victims and restricts people’s access to the court system in favor of corporations.  Senate Joint Resolution 8 IS tort reform […]

Tort Reform or Tort Control? Vote NO on SJR 8

Tort Reform or Tort Control? *** Vote NO on SJR 8 *** So, what IS tort? Tort:  a wrongful act or an infringement of a right (other than under contract) leading to civil legal liability. "Tort" is just another legalese term for personal injury and property damage and/or loss, and Tort Reform involves a takeover of our courts. Tort […]

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