by Ian Millhiser Jan 30, 2015
Lead an army to kill thousands in defense of slavery -- get your own holiday in Arkansas.
by Zack Ford Nov 25, 2014
A federal judge has ruled against Arkansas's marriage ban, but the state Supreme Court could resolve the question sooner.
by Alice Ollstein Nov 7, 2014
"Throughout history, it has been extremely problematic to have the majority vote on the rights of the minority," said Fayetteville, Arkansas resident Anne Shelley.
by Jeff Spross Nov 6, 2014
Tuesday's midterm elections opened up a host of state-level green energy policies to GOP attacks. But they also put a climate hawk into the governor's office of the country's third-largest carbon emitter.
by Kira Lerner Oct 16, 2014
He compared the voter ID law to the requirement that airport travelers show ID before boarding a plane.
by Alice Ollstein Oct 16, 2014
One low-wage employee told ThinkProgress some of his coworkers sell drugs on the side to make ends meet.
by Alice Ollstein Oct 15, 2014
The law disenfranchised thousands of eligible voters during the May primary.
"Many people were happy with their coverage under the high risk pool, before it was eliminated," Tom Cotton said.
by Alice Ollstein Oct 10, 2014
The 79-year-old says her recent struggle with voter ID reminds her of when she had to pay a poll tax in 1954.
by Aviva Shen Oct 2, 2014
Attorney General candidate Leslie Rutledge is crying foul over her cancelled voter registration.