Over $5.79 million of state’s money spent on promoting Rutledge name/vaccines
Calls for Special Sessionin Arkansas without Rutledge interference CONWAY, Ark. – Arkansas Lieutenant Governor candidate and State Senator Jason Rapert today released the following statement after the Texas Supreme Court ruled against a challenge by abortion providers to a Texas law providing a civil cause of action against those…
Stipend Important, But Long-Term Solution Needed CONWAY, Ark. –Arkansas Lieutenant Governor candidate and State Senator Jason Rapert today released the following statement after the signing into law the Department of Public Safety’s annual budget for FY2023 containing a $40 million appropriation for the Public Safety Equipment Grant Program…
Since 2020, the Attorney General has spent $5.3 million of the state's money to promote herself for her political campaigns.
Rapert laments vote to deny consideration of prolife legislation
Arkansas law becomes national model to lower people’s out-of-pocket costs
‘Abortion a crime against humanity’ - Rapert CONWAY, Ark. – Arkansas Lieutenant Governor candidate and State Senator Jason Rapert today released the following statement in response to Planned Parenthood's announcement about its facility in Rogers:“Abortion is a crime against humanity and Arkansans want abortion abolished in our state. Planned Parenthood…
"The legislature is ready to pass this law and shut down Planned Parenthood in Arkansas."
“The people demanded that we as legislators act and stand in the breach on behalf of Arkansans against the tyranny of Joe Biden’s executive orders on vaccine mandates."
Jason takes to the floor to stand with Arkansas workers threatened with being fired for not following Biden mandate.