Thanks to a Senate bill that became law earlier this year, thousands of Arkansas students qualify for free lunches at school
“This year back to school activities in Arkansas have historic importance, thanks to the far-reaching changes in Act 237”
In 2021 the legislature approved Act 626, making Arkansas the first state in the nation to prohibit physicians from performing gender transition procedures on minors
The secretary of Human Services told lawmakers that the Arkansas Medicaid program would continue to reimburse assisted living facilities at the higher rate they were getting during the Covid-19 pandemic, at least until November.
By the end of April 72,802 cases were closed. People who no longer are eligible for Medicaid can get health coverage through the federal market place.
The major provisions of the new Protect Arkansas Act are well known, but they are only a few of the many measures passed during the 2023 regular session.
State Sen. Steve Crowell weighs in on newly passed laws concerning elections in Arkansas.