Bills Headed To Governor: Expanded Concealed Carry, Ending Dual King-Lee Holiday
On this week's podcast, two bills are awaiting the governor's signature.
One got final approval late Friday afternoon, capping years of debate about whether the state should end the practice of having dual recognition of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. on the same day.
The other greatly expands where concealed handguns can be carried.
We also discuss how two Congressmen from Arkansas helped advance a Republican proposal to repeal and replace Obamacare. And we have the latest on eight executions scheduled over a 10-day period next month.
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