Brenda Blagg

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Brenda Blagg: Competing prescriptions

Voters may face two pot-related measures in November

Subscriber onlyArkansas voters may yet see dueling ballot proposals to allow medical marijuana in this state. Continue reading...

Brenda Blagg: It's a contest

GOP, Democrats set for battle in Washington County

Subscriber onlyThere will be a race for Washington County judge. At least, that's the situation right now. Continue reading...

Brenda Blagg: Now, the decisions

Plenty left to determine for library’s expansion

Subscriber onlyFayetteville voters last week willingly bought a pig in a poke, agreeing to tax themselves more to expand the city's award-winning public library even though they don't yet know precise plans or cost for the expansion. Continue reading...

Brenda Blagg: The platform effect

Will GOP’s shirking of pre-K education matter?

Subscriber onlyPrekindergarten education in Arkansas took a hit last week from state Republicans. Continue reading...

Brenda Blagg: From Neal to Wood

GOP still in fight to run a county judge nominee

Subscriber onlyWashington County politics just got considerably more interesting. Continue reading...

Brenda Blagg: Clinton rooted in Nortwest Arkansas

Region is home to many friends of Hillary

Subscriber onlyHillary Clinton's nomination for president of the United States is personal for many in Northwest Arkansas. Continue reading...

Between the lines: Taking a vote

State botches inmate report to county clerks

Subscriber onlyThousands of people may have been incorrectly removed from Arkansas voter registration lists. Continue reading...

Appeal complicates library vote

Subscriber onlyFayetteville voters will be asked to vote a little bit blind next month. Continue reading...

Ballot measures taking shape

Subscriber onlyOne issue definitely won’t make the November ballot. Several others may. The determination awaits a long review that is really only one step in a long process. Continue reading...

Neal’s departure enlivens local politics

Subscriber onlyState Rep. Micah Neal’s withdrawal from the Washington County judge’s race has certainly enlivened the local election. Continue reading...

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