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Arkansas lawmaker takes oath, fills out chamber

Marshall’s Ragland in runoff with Slape for full two-year state House term

By John Moritz

This article was published June 6, 2018 at 4:30 a.m.

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Donald Ragland of Marshall (left), and Speaker of the Arkansas House Jeremy Gillam of Judsonia chuckle as Gillam struggles with a House lapel pin. Ragland was sworn in as representative for House District 83 during a ceremony in the state Capitol rotunda Tuesday morning in Little Rock.

Republican Donald Ragland of Marshall, who won a February special election to fill the vacant District 83 seat in north-central Arkansas, was sworn in to the Arkansas House of Representatives on Tuesday.

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