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The Arkansas state treasurer has resigned amid charges she took cash payments from a broker.
The top Republican in the Arkansas House is calling on the governor to
begin the process to remove state Treasurer Martha Shoffner over federal
charges she accepted cash from an investment broker.
An affidavit filed in federal court alleges that Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner repeatedly took cash payments from a broker who invested state money.
Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner says she doesn't intend to resign after a criminal complaint accused her of accepting cash from a broker who managed state funds.
Arkansas Treasurer Martha Shoffner has been arrested for extortion by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is being held in Pulaski County Jail.
A federal judge has granted an injunction to temporarily block the enforcement of abortion care starting at 12 weeks of pregnancy from taking effect.
The Arkansas Legislature has formally ended this year's legislative session.
Arkansas House Speaker Davy Carter says he won't seek the Republican nomination for governor next year.
It's one thing to legalize marijuana. It's another to figure out how to sell it, grow it, regulate it, test it and tax it.
As second top Internal Revenue Service official has announced plans to leave the agency amid the controversy over the targeting of tea party groups.
The House Agriculture Committee has approved a sweeping farm bill that would trim the $80 billion-a-year food stamp program.
The White House is releasing 100 pages of e-mails and notes related to the Obama administration's response to the attack on a diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, last September.
The Arkansas Department of Correction says a pharmaceutical company has closed its account after the state last month acknowledged plans to use its anti-seizure drug phenobarbital in executions.
A small Maryland city just outside the Washington, D.C., city limits has voted to lower the voting age for city elections to 16.
Two Arkansas cities took to the polls Tuesday night-Sherwood and Hot Springs.