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Nearly a dozen FOIA-related bills in 2017 Arkansas Legislature would cripple state’s open-records law. Continue reading
The Long Road – Prelude: April 27, 2014 I was flying home from the annual spring meeting of the Society of Professional Journalists board of directors in Indianapolis. I was supposed to arrive in Little Rock some time after 6 … Continue reading
Last Friday night, I muffed an opportunity to extol the need for strong public records and open meetings laws. The occasion was the Arkansas Press Association’s annual convention, where I received the APA’s Freedom of Information Award, which is given … Continue reading
This story appeared in June 18, 2014, edition of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Publication: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette; Date: Jun 18, 2014; Section: Front Section; Page: 1 Private option enrollees to chip in under proposal ANDY DAVIS ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE A proposal … Continue reading
A lot of you know what happened to Linda and me at the end of April — and since. I’ve told the tale in spurts and spots, but haven’t kept an ongoing record of events. I’m a journalist, but a … Continue reading
This is an attempt to keep a semi-regular journal of the adventures of BYUBOY50, a Cajun expat from Thibodaux, LA, who has traveled far and wide, but not far or wide enough.