Ahead, we hear from Marty Stroud, who was once a prosecutor in Louisiana and now advocates for abolishing the death penalty. Also, the Militant Grammarian has a new word for an old grammatical challenge; she says it will help all of us with the proper use of lay and lie. And, we get a sneak preview of a new public bird blind opening this week at Lake Fayetteville.

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A dedication of the Paige and Mary Bess Mulhollan Waterfowl Bird Blind at Lake Fayetteville Park is set for Wednesday, October 26th at 1:30-2:30. The bird blind is located just southwest of Botanical Gardens of the Ozarks.

Beyond the Election, the Budget

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Attention is understandably pointed toward Election Day, but after that, there is a state budget to complete. Roby Brock talks to Arkansas House Speaker Jeremy Gillam about the next budget process.

A survey of the past 24 hours includes a growing lead for Donald Trump in Arkansas, free electronic recycling in Prairie Grove and preparation for the college basketball season.

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Marty Stroud is a death penalty abolitionist. Last week he was the keynote speaker for a symposium at the University of Arkansas School of Law dedicated to the death penalty. Before his address, he visited us at the Carver Center for Public Radio.