Arkansas State Offices will be on a Two-Hour Delay Wednesday
LITTLE ROCK – Due to icy road conditions, Governor Asa Hutchinson will implement a two-hour delay for state offices in affected areas tomorrow, Wednesday, January 17, 2018, for non-essential personnel. Agency directors may implement liberal leave policies for their employees.
If you are a state
Governor Discusses NAFTA, Effects on Arkansas Agriculture and Need for Modernization
Agriculture is Arkansas's largest industry
ROGERS, AR – Governor Asa Hutchinson joined local farmers, elected officials and business leaders at the World Trade Center Arkansas today in support of continued access to the markets of Canada and Mexico, free of unfair trade barriers.
Arkansas State Offices will be Closed Tuesday in Weather-Affected Areas
LITTLE ROCK – Due to inclement weather, Governor Asa Hutchinson has closed state offices in the weather-affected areas for non-essential personnel today, Tuesday, January 16, 2018. Agency directors may implement liberal leave policies for their employees.
If you are a state employee
Governor Hutchinson Issues Statement on Historic Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
LITTLE ROCK – In March of 2017, Governor Asa Hutchinson signed into law Senate Bill 519, which eliminated the dual holiday status and concurrent commemoration of General Robert E. Lee and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Today marks the first Dr. King holiday since that historic separation. <
Governor Asa Hutchinson Announces Appointments
LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson today announced the following appointments:
Christy Clark, Little Rock, to the Board of Trustees of Arkansas State University. Appointment expires January 14, 2023. Replaces Ron Rhodes. Christy Clark graduated from Arkansas State University in 1992 with
Governor Requests Public Service Commission to Pass Benefits of Corporate Tax Cuts on to AR Families
01.11.2018Also Praises Walmart for Forwarding Savings on to Associates
LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Public Service Commission (PSC) should “as expeditiously as possible,” take the necessary steps to pass on the benefits of the recently passed corporate tax cut to Arkansas ratepayers, Governor Asa Hutchinson
Governor Asks Universities to Freeze Tuition at Current Level
LITTLE ROCK – In a letter that went out to the presidents and chancellors of Arkansas’ four-year universities today, Governor Asa Hutchinson challenged them to freeze in-state tuition at its current levels for the 2018-2019 academic year.
You can read the entire letter HERE.<
Governor Hutchinson Announces $100 Million Cut In Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2019
LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson has cut $100 million from his proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2019 and projects a surplus of $64 million.
The Governor reported the reduction and projected surplus to legislators today at a joint budget committee hearing as they prepare for
Governor Asa Hutchinson’s Public Schedule: January 8th – January 13th
LITTLE ROCK – The following is a list of public appearances by Governor Asa Hutchinson from Monday, January 8, 2018, through Saturday, January 13, 2018:Tuesday, January 9, 2018:
LITTLE ROCK Governor Hutchinson Addresses Joint Budget Committee at Pre-Fiscal Session Budget Hearings
Governor Asa Hutchinson Announces Intent to Grant Executive Clemency
LITTLE ROCK – Governor Asa Hutchinson today announced his intent to grant 12 pardons, 2 firearm rights only and 1 commutation. An additional 62 clemency requests were denied and 0 had no action taken upon them. These include requests from both inmates and non-inmates.
The applicants intended for pardons have