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Proposal bars use of funds for sign-ups

Plan would cut outreach to promote private option

Posted: February 13, 2014 at 5:15 a.m.

A divided legislative panel Wednesday endorsed a proposal to bar three state agencies from using funds to encourage enrollment in the state’s fledgling program that uses federal funds to purchase private health insurance for poor Arkansans.

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UA toasts selling alcohol at stadium

The football field is visible from tables in the club-seating area on the east side of Reynolds Razorback Stadium. Beer and wine will be available to ticket holders in the area when the 2014 season kicks off, University of Arkansas officials said Wednesday.

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