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LITTLE ROCK — The Senate Committee on Public Health, Welfare and Labor endorsed legislation to repeal language in state law allowing medical facilities to be licensed in order to perform … more
The IRS is so kind. Our most beloved federal agency has delayed until next year a new income-reporting law it has carefully designed to squeeze the last drops of tax revenue out of many of … more
There are lot of things that have come out of Washington over the past few years that have done more harm than good. Partisan divisions have hardened to the point it’s almost impossible to … more
Not everyone does Valentine’s Day well. A significant number of people are too unromantic, lazy, cheap or unimaginative to make the best of the occasion. Don’t despair if you fall … more
Article II, Section 3, Clause 1 of the U.S. Constitution requires the President of the United States to “give to the Congress Information on the State of the Union and recommend to their … more
I’ve been honored to serve on the Senate and House Veterans’ Affairs Committees to help craft policies designed to fulfill the promise we made to the men and women who served in our … more
n his ongoing attacks on what he describes as “woke politics,” Florida governor Ron DeSantis has denied permission for an AP African American History course to be taught in Florida public … more
My Nhan, 65, immigrated to the United States from Vietnam in the 1980s, and made her home in California’s San Gabriel Valley, in a community called Rosemead.Her niece, Fonda Quan, said she was … more
I’ve never been a huge fan of hot chocolate. For some reason, I don’t enjoy cauterizing the inside of my mouth after being duped by the deceptively-tepid whipped cream or marshmallow … more
Middle-class philanthropy may be dying.Citing a study released by the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, “National Review” magazine says the share of American … more
Groundhog Day cannot come soon enough.It’s the thick of winter. Cabin fever is setting in. Incivility is worse than ever.A delightful, silly diversion is what we need about now, and … more
Protecting the United States and our interests is a fundamental responsibility for the federal government. Our founders made this role clear when they wrote the Constitution with the intent to, in … more
This week, for the first time in almost seven years, the House considered legislation under a modified open rule, taking us one huge step closer to restoring a truly representative government. This … more
LITTLE ROCK – The first three weeks of the 2023 legislative have session have been remarkable for the wide variety of issues the Senate has addressed.Public schools will get more flexibility in … more
It’s a stretch, but I think I know the real reason the FBI raided Mar-a-Lago.We’ve been told for months that the DOJ ordered a search of Donald Trump’s home in Florida because he … more
Americans have long called on Washington to cut inefficiencies in federal programs and modernize them for the 21st century. Yet rarely, are those calls heard on Capitol Hill.Come this summer, we will … more
Is Davos over yet?Is it safe to turn on our TVs without being scolded by formerly important environmentalists like old Al Gore or creepy young climate warriors like Greta Thunberg?Not quite.All the … more
LITTLE ROCK – There are many stages in the process of convicting criminals and sentencing them to prison. Senate Bill 2, the “Truth in Sentencing and Parole Reform Act of 2023,” … more
The United States has officially hit our $31.4 trillion debt limit. In response, the Treasury Department is embarking on “extraordinary” measures to ensure the federal government has … more
The deadline is quickly approaching for farmers and ranchers to fill out the 2022 Census of Agriculture.Every five years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics … more
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