Group prayed for Darr, ‘right choice’

If impeached, convicted, law says he could be billed for the $50,000 cost

Posted: January 9, 2014 at 5:08 a.m.

A group of Republican officials summoned by Lt. Gov. Mark Darr to a meeting in Northwest Arkansas last weekend warned him that the House would try to impeach him if he didn’t resign, and tried to determine whether Darr’s family is prepared for a battle in the House and a possible trial in the state Senate, one of the participants says.

Beebe: 'Nothing's changed' on Darr

Gov. Mike Beebe told media members Wednesday that "nothing's changed" in regards to his stance on Lt. Gov. Mark Darr following Darr's comments on Tuesday. (By David Harten)
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