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This past year has been a challenge for all of us, and many Arkansans have utilized the power of prayer in their lives. I was honored to celebrate the #NationalDayofPrayer this morning on the steps of the Capitol, and I hope you’ll join me in prayer today.
The tourism industry is on the rise in Arkansas! The new St. Francis Sunken Lands Water Trail will be a major attraction in Poinsett county, bringing in people to take in this unique view of Arkansas’s natural history.
I was in Jacksonville this morning to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Lomanco and to attend the groundbreaking of a new 127,000 square foot warehouse addition. This great company continues its commitment to Arkansas, and I appreciate the invitation.
I had the opportunity to spend some time with some of the brightest computer science students in Arkansas Saturday afternoon. The All-State Coding Competition recognizes the future of computer science in Arkansas, and I was honored to help present awards to the winners.
This morning I was at War Memorial to celebrate the Winthrop P. Rockefeller Cancer Institute Be a Part of the Cure Walk. This inaugural walk will help raise funds for cancer research and ensure Arkansans are able to receive the latest therapies close to home.
In this week’s radio address, I recap some of the legislative accomplishments from this year’s General Session. LINK IN BIO
I was honored to be the keynote speaker for the @arkansas_state_police Troop School Graduation in Benton last night. These brave men and women represent some of Arkansas’s best and bravest, and we appreciate their dedication and sacrifice for the people of our state.
Today was exciting as we announced that Little Rock will play host to the @NJCAA Football National Championship through 2023! This event will allow us to showcase some of the great things this state and War Memorial Stadium have to offer.
This past weekend, the First Lady and I welcomed students from across the state for the 2021 Young Artist Awards. These young people have a true passion for the arts, and it was great to celebrate their creativity. Thank you @entergy for your support of this competition.
This morning I was in Marion for the announcement of the capital campaign to fund the Sultana Disaster Museum. This museum will add an important piece of history to our state and remind us of the tragedy that occurred here.
SB585 is an important step in the development of a statewide electronic waste recovery & recycling plan. This act has a significant public health impact, as discarded electronics contain toxic waste that shouldn't be in landfills. Thanks to Sen. Dave Wallace & Rep. Carlton Wing.