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Region’s Priorities Reflect State’s

Posted: January 13, 2013 at 4:48 a.m.

University of Arkansas students cross West Dickson Street in Fayetteville during a class change. A legislative committee recommended last month Arkansas Lottery scholarship amounts be cut to $3,300 a year per student from $5,000 at the state’s four-year universities and $1,650 a year from $2,500 at two-year colleges for first-time recipients.
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University of Arkansas students cross West Dickson Street in Fayetteville during a class change. A legislative committee recommended last month Arkansas Lottery scholarship amounts be cut to $3,300 a year per student from $5,000 at the state’s four-year universities and $1,650 a year from $2,500 at two-year colleges for first-time recipients.

Northwest Arkansas legislators see a notable lack of regional issues when they convene in Little Rock on Monday for a session headlined by more than a billion dollars worth of statewide health care decisions.

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