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Lawmakers return to old Capitol

Renovation spurs House move today

Posted: June 30, 2014 at 4:08 a.m.

 Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/STATON BREIDENTHAL --6/17/14-- Lynn Fitzgerald of Soos Stained Glass in North Little Rock works Tuesday removing stained glass in the dome above the House chamber at the state Capitol. The glass is being removed and will be cleaned and repaired as part of the $1million restoration project of the chamber.

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette/STATON BREIDENTHAL --6/17/14-- Lynn Fitzgerald of Soos Stained Glass in North Little Rock works Tuesday removing stained glass in the dome above the House chamber at the state Capitol. The glass is being removed and will be cleaned and repaired as part of the $1million restoration project of the chamber.

The House of Representatives will return to the Old State House today to tackle substantial legislation there for the first time in more than 100 years.

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