Ozarks At Large

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On this edition of Ozarks, Daisy announces plans to expand its Rogers headquarters. Plus, the Fayetteville Public Library offers new digital services to patrons.

Discussing the Future of the Presidency

Jan 19, 2017
courtesy / Talk Business and Politics

John Brummett, a political columnist from the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, tells Roby Brock with Talk Business & Politics he's more concerned about Donald Trump's temperament than his policies.

Democrats in the House and Senate have filed a number of ethics bills, none more than Senate Minority Leader Keith Ingram of West Memphis. But the Senate Committee set to evaluate his legislation hasn’t a single Democrat on it, and at least one Republican says he’s not enthusiastic about the amendments.

The Fayetteville Public Library is giving local residents access to video tutorials, music, movies and comics through Freegal, Hoopla and Lynda.com.

Wednesday was a busy day in the Arkansas Legislature. Part of Governor Asa Hutchinson's tax cut package received initial approval from a state senate panel and a bill to establish an official state dinosaur advanced out of a House committee.

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