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Arkansas Works OKs compliance assistants

By Andy Davis

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

Arkansas Works enrollees who lack access to computers or have difficulty reading will be able to enlist someone else, such as a relative or insurance agent, to help them comply with a work requirement that takes effect next month, the state Department of Human Services announced Thursday.

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LContreras says... May 5, 2018 at 8 p.m.

The Trump inspired Arkansas Works "cruelty" is beyond belief. Asa Hutchinson will do anything to get a second term.

Cruelty comes at a high cost. People with diabetes or other chronic diseases will end up at emergency hospitals at much higher cost. Others will die, and their families will continue the spiral of poverty.

Compassionate care would make it easy for people to have access to health care.

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