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Did Ft. Smith Board Emails Violate FOIA? Ark. Supreme Court’s Opinion…

On Thursday, June 20, 2019, the Arkansas Supreme Court ruled that the City of Fort Smith did not violate the state’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). That court’s opinion reversed the lower court ruling, and Attorney Joey McCutchen noted that the Supreme Court, at least implicitly, overruled 43 years of case law that has been relied upon by lawyers, […]

Is There a Connection Between Child Trafficking and Child Protective Services? Part 1

Was a recently-murdered former Arkansas Senator preparing to expose child trafficking in Arkansas government? Arkansans may be surprised to know that our state has been rated as one of the worst states in the nation regarding the protection of our vulnerable children… and Arkansas laws are lax concerning human trafficking. By now, most of you have probably been made […]

Extortion in Arkansas – Part 12: Possible Bondholders

Secure Arkansas continues the unfortunate saga on the toxic Class 1 (hazardous waste site) NABORS Landfill fiasco and the “service fee” (trash tax) that has been illegally forced onto the taxpayers’ real estate taxes in Baxter, Boone, Carroll, Marion, Newton, and Searcy Counties… BUT FOR WHICH NO SERVICES were provided or made available! In this article, we […]

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 […]

In-State Tuition For Undocumented Students Undermines Federal Law!

Looks like the Arkansas legislature has decided to offer in-state tuition rates to undocumented students (so called “nontraditional documented”), regardless of their legal status! HB 1684 has been re-referred as amended by the Senate back to the House Education Committee for 4/4/2019.  Here is the agenda set for the Education Committee in the House tomorrow morning at 10:00 a.m. […]