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Convicted murderer executed; state puts 4th inmate to death in 8 days

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GOP offers stopgap bill to fund government

WASHINGTON — Republicans controlling the House have unveiled a stopgap bill to keep the government open past a shutdown deadline of midnight Friday.

2 U.S. troops killed in eastern Afghanistan

WASHINGTON — The Pentagon says two U.S. service members were killed in Afghanistan overnight Wednesday.

4-year savings put at $66M if state cuts Medicaid rolls

A plan to move about 60,000 Arkansans off the state's expanded Medicaid program will save the state at least $66 million over the next four years while increasing premiums in the state's market for individual insurance plans by as much as 1.7 percent, state Department of Human Services officials said Wednesday.

Governor let clock run on 13 now-laws

Gov. Asa Hutchinson let 13 bills become law without his signature during this year’s regular legislative session. The bills range from one authorizing the creation of an industrial hemp research program to another barring cities from naming airports after living elected government officials if those airports receive public funds.

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