Analysis: Arkansas session ends, but unresolved issues left
April 9, 2017
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — When they wrapped up the legislative session last week, Arkansas lawmakers and Gov. Asa Hutchinson had a long list of accomplishments that they could tout ranging from finalizing the state's nearly $5.5 billion budget to ending the state's much-scorned practice of commemorating Robert E. Lee on the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday.
But the list of unfinished work remaining in the coming months could be just as long, if not longer.
A debate over how to overhaul the state's tax code, lingering questions about the state's medical marijuana program and a growing highway...