Week-In-Review: 2016 Candidates, Trade Mission, Same-Sex Marriage, Executions & Robinson Renovatons

Nov 15, 2015

On this week's podcast:  

  • The filing period for candidates running in 2016 elections closes, with Republicans outnumbering Democrats two-to-one.
  • Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas proposes changes to Social Security’s disability program.
  • Governor Asa Hutchinson prepares to depart this weekend for a trade mission to China and Japan.
  • We now know more about the Arkansas Supreme Court’ not making a ruling in the controversial same-sex marriage case.
  • As the Arkansas Department of Veterans Affairs begins instituting policy reforms, Veterans Day was marked in the state.
  • A group of lawmakers and other officials pay a visit to Arkansas’ Death Row, with an effort to resume executions underway.
  • And the Arkansas Symphony makes an announcement as final work is underway in the nearly $70 million renovation of Little Rock's historic Robinson Center Music Hall.

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