KUAR Week-In-Review: Fiscal Session, I-30, Paper Plant, LRSD

May 1, 2016

--After overcoming a hurdle for Medicaid, the Arkansas Legislature chugs along in its fiscal session. We have a look at various proposals from the week.

--The state announces a Chinese paper company plans to locate a plant in Arkadelphia. We’ll have some details on the new plant and some critical context on how other Chinese companies have adapted to the South.

--New plans are drawn up on expanding Interstate 30 through Little Rock.

- Little Rock School District stakeholders continue to simmer over state Education Commissioner Johnny Key’s decision to replace superintendent Baker Kurrus. We hear from incoming superintendent Michael Poore.