Arkansas Week (Video)
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Arkansas Week, AETN's pre-eminent news analysis program, continues with veteran journalist Steve Barnes and a dedicated, distinguished group of Arkansas journalists giving knowledge and insight on the issues in the news.
|1||VideoArkansas Week April 18, 2014||(Senate '14) The challenger demands satisfaction, not one duel but several. (1Q Dollars) The political money, in the Senate race and the others. (Overdues) Will, or when will, the judicial question reach the Justices, and which Justices? (Blind?) But firs||4/18/14||Free||View In iTunes|
|2||VideoArkansas Week April 11, 2014||(Arrears) The Arkansas judiciary and just dues, are they just dues? (Maggio) An ever murkier situation in the case of one judge, a judge with no cases. (2014) And with the prospect of another red tide, how much difference can lunchbucket issues make for s||4/11/14||Free||View In iTunes|
|3||VideoArkansas Week April 4, 2014||(Ballot?) The judges of Arkansas, will some of them get their just dues? (Baker) Judging it was time to go, a university lobbyist PACs it in. (Dollars) Five of nine judges open the campaign finance door yet wider. (DFandA) While the new numbers make the s||4/4/14||Free||View In iTunes|
|4||VideoArkansas Week March 28, 2014||(Maggio) The political blurs the judicial, so much so the state Supreme Court benches a judge. (Rapert0Tyler) Senatorial prerogrative, does it signal a trened in legislative politics? (Snags?) There's potiential trouble on two rivers, where they meet and||3/28/14||Free||View In iTunes|
|5||VideoArkansas Week March 21, 2014||(Sine Die) Barring any emergencies that's it for this year, though not the fiscal year. (Fracked) Regarding the fiscal, a veto and an easy override. (Strikedown) That abortion law from the previous session? The toughest part falls. (D.C.) And a call to Co||3/21/14||Free||View In iTunes|
|6||VideoArkansas Week March 14, 2014||(Recess) All that's left to do is sine die, and of course manage. (2015) A new team arrives next year with new leadership. However, to confront what? (Salaries) Perhaps teacher pay, in the long shadow of Lake View. (Scandal) And with the primaries upon us||3/14/14||Free||View In iTunes|
|7||VideoArkansas Week March 7, 2014||(76) It took five tries but the Private Option survived with one vote to spare. ('15) Next year, though, will its supporters have the votes they need? (122M) In the meantime, how much to spend and how much for the cookie jar? ('14) And this year's ticket,||3/7/14||Free||View In iTunes|
|8||VideoArkansas Week February 28, 2014||(PO-ED) With tempers beginning to show, the speaker puts the private option on hold. (TEA-ED OFF) How much of a stand-off is political and how much is personal. (Session?) What's happens if the latest reported compromise falls through? ('14-'15) And what||3/5/14||Free||View In iTunes|
|9||VideoArkansas Week February 21, 2014||(P.O.) On the north side, a first vote, then another, then another… (28) On the south end, one vote, with one vote to spare. (Taxes) Should they call the roll now and do the math later? ($8.50) And a candidate is one thing, but a major employer?||2/21/14||Free||View In iTunes|
|10||VideoArkansas Week February 14, 2014||(Option) That's it, says the Speader. Next week, the vote. (Outlook) Will the Senate go along? ...and if it does, have opponents still carried the day? (Debt) In that other Capitol, the politics of pensions and the deficit... (Judges) ...and the politics||2/21/14||Free||View In iTunes|