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BREAKING: The Arkansas House of Representatives voted to PASS STAND YOUR GROUND today. The bill is now headed to Gov. @AsaHutchinson ’s desk for his signature.

Speaker of the House Matthew Shepherd, R-El Dorado, said Thursday he’s open to serving a third term as the leader of the Arkansas House of Representatives. | #arnews 

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A “Stand Your Ground” bill, defeated in committee this week, could be extracted by the full Arkansas House of Representatives. But House Speaker Matthew Shepherd expects the bill ultimately will pass, hopefully through the committee process. #arnews 

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ICYMI: In the Arkansas House of Representatives, a bill has been filed called “Gabo’s Law” created after the death of Jonesboro Police Department’s K-9, Gabo.

Republican incumbent French Hill has been re-elected to serve Arkansas in the U.S. House of Representatives for a third time, according to Associated Press.

A CLOSER LOOK: Arkansas House of Representatives 86th District

An Arkansas lawmaker who represents part of Benton County in the state House of Representatives is resigning his post.

St. Rep. Grant Hodges resigns from Arkansas House of Representatives

Besides U.S. Senators Jim Inhofe and James Lankford and U.S. Representatives Kevin Hern, Markwayne Mullin, Frank Lucas and Tom Cole, the list includes Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton and eight U.S. House members not from Oklahoma.

--He obtained his bachelor's, MBA and law degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in 1993, 1996 and 2004. --He served three terms as a State Representative in the Arkansas House of Representatives. Here is his biography:


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The Wounded Warrior Fellowship Program provides 2 year paid fellowships for wounded & disabled veterans to work for offices across the U.S. House of Representatives. I'm proud to have Dlayne Gloyne (pictured far right) join my team to serve fellow veterans in central Arkansas.

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19 Kids and Counting's Jed Duggar, 20, launches run for Arkansas House of Representatives

Fun update: @Talley4Justice , the man who was subjected to the violent, illegal drug raid in this story, and who was later arrested and jailed on a series of bogus charges ... ... is now running for the Arkansas House of Representatives.

#BREAKING Arkansas House of Representatives vote to pass #SB724  which means guns will not be allowed in Razorback Stadium

. is proud to endorse Tippi McCullough () for the Arkansas House of Representatives, House District 33.

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@jasonkersey  is LIVE as we're waiting on a decision from the Arkansas House of Representatives #SB724 

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The Arkansas House of Representatives will see an amended bill on the floor today that excludes Razorback Stadium from the new law.