Muslims Sue Arkansas Prisons Over Failure to Offer Prayer Services
The lawsuit follows a Supreme Court decision allowing Alabama to deny a Muslim-American man's request to have an imam present at his execution.
Arkansans Weigh in on the Future of the State's Voter ID Law
Issue 2 would amend the Arkansas constitution to require a photo ID at the polls and disqualify provisional ballots that aren't certified with proper ID.
Here's What Happened When Arkansas Implemented Work Requirements for Medicaid Recipients
Over 8,000 beneficiaries lost coverage in the last two months.
Internet Access May Be the Biggest Hurdle to Medicaid Coverage for Many Arkansans
The state government has started to institute work requirements for its medicaid program that includes logging work hours online, but broadband coverage in the state is sparse—at best.