Arkansas’ Tuesday, May 24, primaries could decide general election candidates for U.S. Senate, U.S. House, governor, state legislature and other offices.
Survey findings show that many Arkansas registered voters ages 18 to 64 who are in the workforce do not feel financially prepared for retirement.
ACT 633, regarding Voter ID, requires a voter in Arkansas to “verify his or her voter registration” before casting a ballot. That means you’ll have to show some form of identification when you head to the polls.
The documentary film Hot Coffee explores the famous McDonald's hot coffee case and presents a side of the case you may not be familiar with. Filmmaker and public interest lawyer Susan Saladoff uses the legal battle that began with a spilled cup of coffee to investigate what's behind America's zeal for tort “reform.”
The Arkansas Legislative Session wrapped up its work in March with two important issues regarding health care. One, Arkansas Works, a program that uses federal funds to help low-income people buy health insurance on the private market, was approved with an appropriation to continue funding the program. Arkansas Works provides insurance coverage to over 250,000 low income Arkansans.
AARP Arkansas proudly sponsors “Election 2016: AETN Debates," taped and telecast Monday, Oct. 10 through Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016, featuring candidates for our state's U.S. Senate and four U.S. House of Representatives seats.
Will our next president follow the lead of FDR and President Reagan and Take A Stand on Social Security? We work hard for our Social Security and need a president who can ensure its solvency for future generations as their predecessors have done. Real leaders take action...click on this video to learn more:
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