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  • ...es." The Partnership has about 225 members, representing local businesses, government units, nonprofits, churches, landowners, colleges, and universities. ...01, was Jim Schimmer. The current director is former Arkansas Secretary of State [[Sharon Priest]].
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  • The Big Dam Bridge cost $16.5 million to build. The federal and state government contributed $12.5 million to the bridge's construction costs, and [[Pulaski
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  • [[Image:Ark-coat-arms.jpg|thumb|300px|Coat of Arms of the State of Arkansas.]] ...d by Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas. The state is commonly divided into six distinct geographical regions: the Mississippi
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  • '''Jim Guy Tucker''' is past lieutenant governor and governor of the state of Arkansas. ...im Guy went to Harvard University and graduated with a bachelor of arts in government in 1964. While attending the University of Arkansas Law School, he also ser
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  • ...and Tourism''' is responsible for tourism and the management of fifty-two state parks. ...mber of visitors had increased to 21 million, with $4.3 billion spent. The state tax revenue generated by such spending totaled some $238 million. Less than
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  • ...oric Arkansas Museum]], [[Mosaic Templars Cultural Center]], and the [[Old State House]]. [[Category:State government]]
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  • ...s]] government founded in 1944. The commission began creating lakes in the state to meet the renewed interest in recreational fishing in 1951 with the creat [[Category:State government]]
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  • ...e site a [[City of Little Rock]] park in perpetuity. In return the federal government received 1,000 acres of land in North Little Rock on Big Rock Mountain wher *Nate Hinkel, "Natural Game Evolves in Natural State," ''Arkansas Business,'' May 29, 2006.
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  • ...Arkansas-supreme-court.JPG|thumb|The Arkansas Supreme Court chamber at the State Capitol. Photo by Phil Frana.]] ...l E. Danielson. The Court is housed in the [[Justice Building]] near the [[State Capitol]].
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  • ...s]]). Martin did political polling and political analysis for national and state campaigns. He was an on-air election pollster for ABC, CBS, NBC, and C-SPAN ...artin Corporation]]. Martin Corporation conducted public opinion research, government relations work, and strategic marketing. Clients included EDS, IUSACELL, Lo
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  • ...on system" for the state. The department is administered by the [[Arkansas State Highway Commission]] with six members appointed to ten-year terms by the [[ *[http://www.arkansashighways.com/ Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department homepage]
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  • ...was dismantled under Act 3 over the controversial issue of road bonds. The State Highway Commission was re-established by the Mack-Blackwell amendment in 19 ...ighway and Transportation Department, 1913–1992'' (Little Rock: Arkansas State Highway Transportation Department, 1992).
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  • White was a part of Democrat David Pryor’s cabinet. White left state government in 1977 to become president of Capital Savings and Loan Co. In 1980 White r .... In 1998 White was appointed by Governor Mike Huckabee to the position of State Banking Commissioner. White died on May 21, 2003, of a heart attack in Litt
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  • ...-governor [[Bill Clinton]] in 1985 to underwrite public bond issues in the state of Arkansas. The ADFA broke the near-monopoly on public bond issues held by [[Category:State government]]
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  • '''Pulaski County''' is the most populous county in Arkansas and home of the state capitol at [[Little Rock]]. The county was established on December 15, 1818 ...[[Pyeattstown]]. In 1820 [[Cadron Settlement]] became the official seat of government in the county. That same year the U.S. Post Office established mail service
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  • ...nly Main Street reopened to traffic. The old mall is now occupied by state government agencies.
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  • ...on center, parking deck, and public plaza, and link them to the [[Arkansas State House]], [[Camelot Hotel]], renovated [[Robinson Auditorium]], and [[Arkans
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  • ...foundries were enlisted to make grapeshot, and prisoners in the [[Arkansas State Penitentiary]] manufactured such articles as shoes, boots, uniforms, drums, ...islature to disband, and resulting in Governor Rector's establishment of a government in exile in Jackson, Mississippi. Most manufacturing was relocated to more
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  • ...erupted when it became clear that Little Rock would become the site of the state capitol. O'Hara had accidentally built his proposed capital site on land in
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  • The '''Arkansas Department of Human Services''' (DHS) is the state government's largest agency, with 7,500 employees and ten divisions. The ten divisions DHS is headquartered at the [[State Office Building Urban Campus]] along Main Street between Seventh and Eighth
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