Falcon Jet, Mark Pryor, Medicaid, the Housing Market and More on ‘Arkansas Week’

In this week’s edition of AETN’s “Arkansas Week,” me, KUAR-FM, 89.1’s Michael Hibblen and Nathan Vandiver and host Steve Barnes take a look a rapidly heating U.S. Senate race, the state of the state’s economy, another milestone in the Medicaid expansion and more. Plus: Steve has a conversation with Shane Broadway, interim director of the […]

Arkansas Week: Dustin McDaniel on ExxonMobile in Mayflower & Medicaid

On this week’s edition of AETN‘s “Arkansas Week,” Steve Barnes talks to Arkansas Attorney General Dustin McDaniel about ExxonMobil and the Mayflower oil spill. Plus, me, KUAR’s Michael Hibblen and the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s Doug Thompson discuss the Medicaid non-expansion expansion and gubernatorial/congressional politics. You can watch the whole show right here.

Arkansas Week: Entergy Arkansas Gets Out, Selling the Medicaid Expansion in Arkansas, and the Paul Ryan Pick

On “Arkansas Week” this week, we talk Entergy Arkansas’ system agreement milestone, how the Medicaid expansion is playing at the state capitol and early reaction in Arkansas to Mitt Romney choosing Paul Ryan as his running mate. You can watch the full episode — with me, Malcolm Glover and Lindsey Millar — right here.

Arkansas Week: The Lottery, the Economy, Obama and the State Supreme Court

I’m back on AETN’s “Arkansas Week” at 8 p.m. tonight. But you can watch the full episode right now right here. On the agenda: that surprising state Supreme Court ruling on high school teachers and sex with students, more intrigue at the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery, the futility of establishing an Obama campaign headquarters in Arkansas, […]

The State’s Budget, Economy, Redistricting and the GOP Race for President on ‘Arkansas Week’

I’m back on AETN’s “Arkansas Week,” which airs at 8 p.m. tonight, along with host Steve Barnes, KUAR-FM’s Malcolm Glover and Doug Thompson of the northwest Arkansas edition of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. On the docket: legislators angle to fill two holes in the state budget, the latest on Arkansas’ economy, a lawsuit over redistricting, Gov. […]