The #transportation funding plan proposed by Arkansas Gov. @AsaHutchinson last week clears its first legislative hurdle. @aashtospeaks @myARDOT @ARTBA @AGCofA @NatlGovsAssoc https://t.co/vrtn3yJUOb

Video: @AsaHutchinson, Fort Smith Mayor George McGill, and Tim Allen with the @ftsmithchamber, talk about the economic growth of Fort Smith, Arkansas, and community partners like @OGandE. https://t.co/eihLFkbsAw

@FreeThi85157297 @AsaHutchinson I'm sure Missouri's Governor will do the same. The Federal government needs to step up and rid itself of its long-antiquated laws against marijuana. If the states are the 'laboratory' for fed. guidance, I think enough of them have paved the way.

@AsaHutchinson How will SB336 only raise cost of vehicles roughly $30/year yet generate $300 MILLION per year in tax revenue??

And what about cost of wholesale goods getting raised due to higher transport fees??

And when will the tax REALLY drop off??

Today’s Senate vote brings us one step closer to the passage of a much-needed highway plan, & I appreciate the leadership of Senators @TerryRice6 & @JimHendren1 for shepherding it through. This certainly gives us momentum as the House begins consideration next week. #arleg

Yesterday I was proud to sign SB156, the FORUM Act, in to law. With this legislation, Arkansas steps forward to lead the nation in affirming students’ rights to open expression and free speech on campus.

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