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Public Policy Tipoffs Involving Arkansas Newsletter for Sunday January 05, 2020 ( 3 items )  

ACLU Takes Fight Against Arkansas Abortion Bans and Restrictions to 8th Circuit
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas, Dec. 31 -- The American Civil Liberties Union, a 501(c)3 non-profit that works to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of the U.S., issued the following news release: The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Arkansas filed their brief with the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals in their challenge to a set of Arkansas abortion bans and restrictions. The laws included a ban on abortion starting at 18 weeks of pr  more

Independent Community Bankers ThinkTECH Accelerator 2.0 Finalists to Be Unveiled
WASHINGTON, Dec. 31 -- The Independent Community Bankers of America issued the following news release: The Independent Community Bankers of America(R) (ICBA) and The Venture Center, in partnership with the State of Arkansas, will announce the cohort finalists for the second year of the ICBA ThinkTECH Accelerator program during a January 8 kickoff event in Little Rock, Ark. ICBA ThinkTECH 2.0 builds upon the success and momentum of the inaugural program, aimed at fostering community bank-fintec  more

Minnesota's PJ Fleck Kicks Off 2020 AFCA Convention Speaker Lineup
WACO, Texas, Dec. 31 -- The American Football Coaches Association issued the following news: Minnesota Head Coach, PJ Fleck, highlights a list of prominent FBS head coaches that will headline the 2020 AFCA Convention in Nashville, Tennessee on January 12-14, 2020. Fleck returns to the big stage as this year's Kickoff Speaker, opening the convention Sunday afternoon. Along with Fleck, there will be seven other current FBS Head Coaches that will speak during the 3 day event. The general session   more