On Jan. 22, 2015, Governor Asa Hutchinson gave a speech urging that the “private option” be continued for the next two years, extending private health insurance coverage for more than 200,000 low income Arkansas residents. He also recommended a task force be formed to offer recommendations to improve the private option and reform the entire . . . → Read More: Gov. Asa Hutchinson on the Future of the Private Option
What: Conservative Arkansas May Meeting – All Are Welcome When: Saturday, May 11th, 10:00 am – noon Where: Rogers Public Library, 711 S Dixieland Rd, Rogers, AR 72758 in the Friends of RPL Community Room
Representative John Burris will be the guest speaker for the May meeting of Conservative Arkansas. He will address expectations regarding . . . → Read More: Rep. John Burris To Speak At Conservative Arkansas’ May Meeting
Members & Friends:
One of the most discussed bills in the legislature this session tackled how Arkansas would address the Affordable Care Act of 2010. There were two opposing positions from a conservative standpoint.
To summarize very briefly, one option was to do nothing, or perhaps to nullify the ACA. In other instances where states . . . → Read More: Statement Regarding The Private Option
Conservative Arkansas would like to invite you to attend town hall meetings that we have arranged in the Northwest Arkansas area on Saturday, April 13th, to discuss the healthcare expansion decision currently facing the state’s General Assembly. This topic has many complicated aspects and most legislators have not yet made up their minds which way . . . → Read More: Health Care Expansion Town Halls