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  • ...ublic Health Laboratory''' was established at the [[Arkansas Department of Health]] in 1913. [[Category:Public Health]]
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  • administration from the University of Arkansas. He is a certified public accountant. His first job after college was with [[Commercial National Bank ...riority. That same year he helped found the [[Little Rock Alliance for Our Public Schools]].
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  • ...ive]] (CHAI). Leadership development is inculcated through [[International Public Service Project]] internships. Citizen service is advanced by the [[Clinton ...vid Geffen]], and supermarket executive [[Ronald W. Burkle]]. In its first public tax return in 1998 the Foundation disclosed donations of $3 million. The Fo
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  • ...Center]] in Little Rock, Arkansas. The first dean of the Clinton School of Public Service was former U.S. Senator [[David Pryor]]. "You look across the way h ...r Boston's John F. Kennedy School of Government. Seven graduate schools of public service with ties to past presidents are located across the United States.
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  • ...and world at the time, he decided to focus his aspirations instead on the public sector. He displayed the desire to lead at a young age, being elected as go Convention in 1989, where he was constantly urged by his peers to seek public office. His chance came in 1992 when he ran for a Senate seat against Democ
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  • ...anthropology. He is also an inaugural professor in the [[Clinton School of Public Service]].
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  • ...nd protect the records of each presidential administration. The law grants public access to papers five years after each president's last day in office, with ...e under a 1994 federal court order to open [[Hillary Clinton]]'s universal health care task force papers, which amount to a half million printed pages.
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  • ...ment of poor people, (2) racial, ethnic, and religious reconciliation, (3) health security, specifically combating AIDS, (4) leadership development, and (5) [[Category:Clinton School of Public Service]]
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  • ...dical Mile]] part of the trail includes "the nation's first outdoor linear health museum." Thirteen hundred feet of the trail is lined by exhibits and kiosks
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  • ...act was adopted on the grounds that it helped guarantee "the public peace, health, and safety."
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  • ...[Sam Watkins]]. In 2004 the first collection of 20,000 searchable pages of public comments made by the president while in office became available on the Clin ...presidential papers, excluding those of national security interest, become public in 2013, twelve years after Clinton left office.
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  • ...local law enforcement. The law is monitored by the Arkansas State Board of Health and can charge up to $1,000.00 per violation. If the Act is violated, the l ...that three employees, outdoor areas of any place of employment (excluding health care facilities, schools and daycares), hotel and motel rooms designated as
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  • ...cted UALR as the educational affiliate of his proposed [[Clinton School of Public Service]]. ...epartment of Biology, Environmental Health Sciences Program, Department of Health Sciences, Department of Integrated Science and Mathematics, Department of C
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  • ...f Health Related Professions]], and the [[Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health]]. The university also hosts a number of subsidiary institutes, including t *College Public Health
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  • ...gnet Middle School]], [[Forest Heights Magnet Middle School]], [[Henderson Health Sciences Magnet Middle School]], [[Horace Mann Arts and Science Magnet Mid The first public school in Little Rock opened on August 29, 1853, with fifty-two students un
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  • ...], the [[Arkansas Game and Fish Commission]], the [[Arkansas Department of Health]], the [[Arkansas Department of Heritage]], the [[Arkansas Department of Pa ...ighting Ceremony]] on September 28, 2006. The Big Dam Bridge opened to the public on September 30, with the [[Big Dam Bridge 5K and Fun Run]] and the [[Joe W
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  • act reserving ten sections of land in the territory for the erection of public buildings. On June 15, 1832, Jackson acted again to provide 1,000 acres of *[[State Board of Public Accountancy]]
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  • ...ank]], the 1998 expansion of the [[Statehouse Convention Center]], and the public parking decks at the corners of Sixth and Scott streets and Second and Comm ...of the 1960s included the [[Empire Life Building]], the [[Arkansas State Health Department building]] and the [[Arkansas State Hospital]]. In the 1970s the
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  • ...r Arkansas State University at Heber Springs and Mountain Home, the Allied Health Facility at Arkansas State University at Mountain Home, the Jones Performin's Hospital, the Mercy Heart Center of Excellence at St. Joseph's Mercy Health Center, and Springhill Medical Plaza at Baptist Memorial Hospital.
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  • ...o the Maryland Municipal League, District of Columbia Department of Public Health, the Community Service Society of New York City, the Ford Foundation, and t
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  • The school was named for local Pulaski County health officer [[Thomas Jefferson Raney]], the private physician of Orval Faubus. ...r, graduating approximately 190 seniors in the spring of 1959. Little Rock public high schools reopened on August 12, 1959.
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