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New laws free up candy, speed limit, fantasy sports

By Brian Fanney

This article was originally published July 30, 2017 at 3:36 a.m. Updated July 30, 2017 at 3:36 a.m.

Rep. Jana Della Rosa, R-Rogers, is shown in this file photo.

Rep. DeAnn Vaught, R-Horatio, top, is congratulated by Rep. Jana Della Rosa, R-Rogers, in this file photo

Rep. Jimmy Gazaway, R-Paragould, is shown in this file photo.

Rep. Dan Sullivan, R-Jonesboro

Rep. Grant Hodges (left), R-Rogers, is shown in this file photo.

Beginning Tuesday, Arkansans will have the freedom to import alcohol-infused, chocolate-covered cherries as they see fit.

Rep. DeAnn Vaught, R-Horatio, top, is congratulated by Rep. Jana Della Rosa, R-Rogers, in this file photo

Rep. Jimmy Gazaway, R-Paragould, is shown in this file photo.

Rep. Dan Sullivan, R-Jonesboro

Rep. Grant Hodges (left), R-Rogers, is shown in this file photo.

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