Arkansas lawmakers begin special session on tax cuts | app

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) – Arkansas lawmakers began a special session on Tuesday to discuss tax cuts and a school safety grant program, boosted by the $1.6 billion surplus from the State.

The House and Senate met for the session called by Republican Governor Asa Hutchinson. Hutchinson said the tax cuts are needed because of inflation and the state’s record surplus.

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