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FEB 06, 2016 - Washington Times

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Lake Village pairs with US agency to boost health, economy

LAKE VILLAGE, Ark. (AP) - Lake Village will partner with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency this year to plan expansions to the city's community garden and trails, the agency announced last week. The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (http://bit.ly/20tllni ) reports that the partnership builds on efforts to improve community health and the ...

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FEB 04, 2016 - Washington Times

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Kentucky tops coverage gains as GOP looks to remake Medicaid

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - As Gov. Matt Bevin prepares to remake Kentucky's Medicaid program, a new national survey shows what's at stake: gains in insurance coverage matched only by one other state. Kentucky and Arkansas had the largest drops in the percentage of people without health insurance in the country, ...

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FEB 04, 2016 - Healthy Cooking

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Apricot Lemonade Iced Tea

Every special occasion deserves a refreshing beverage (and a lovely punch bowl). Our tea has a tangy flavor from lemonade, apricot nectar and mint. —Kay Chon, Sherwood, Arkansas

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FEB 03, 2016 - Cleveland Plain Dealer

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Ohio's heartbeat bill unlikely after Supreme Court decisions

The chances of Ohio's "heartbeat bill" ever becoming law grew slimmer with tow rulings by the U.S. Supreme Court. The high court refused to hear appeals from Arkansas and North Dakota on laws similar to the heartbeat bill, essentially holding them unconstitutional. Yet an advocate for the Ohio law says the state should press ahead with its own version.

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JAN 29, 2016 - Washington Times

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Board strikes 'unborn child' language from Arkansas rules

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - The Arkansas Board of Health has voted to remove the phrase "death of the unborn child" from regulations that will implement new abortion laws, setting up a potential clash with the Legislature that approved the language. In a 12-6 vote Thursday, the panel decided that ...

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