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Arkansas taxpayers lose another out-of-state intervention by Attorney General Leslie Rutledge

A federal judge in South Dakota has rejected Governor Kristi Noem’s lawsuit to force the National Park Service to have a fireworks show at Mount Rushmore July 4. The Grand Forks Herald reports the judge said the fireworks display would be a “short-term” win for tourism and relief for Americans emerging from the pandemic but, in the long-term, potentially damage the forest, poison the water, and fray relations with tribal partners.
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French Hill, Leslie Rutledge to speak at Memorial Day event

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Congressman French Hill and the Attorney General of Arkansas, Leslie Rutledge, are set to speak at the State’s live-streamed Memorial Day event scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday, May 31, at the Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery in North Little Rock. The ceremony this year is by invitation...
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Another loss for Leslie Rutledge and the NRA

ICYMI: Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge came up a loser again yesterday in one of her out-of-state forays in support of the Republican national agenda — God, guns, gay discrimination, pro-greenhouse gases. A federal judge dismissed the NRA’s effort to reorganize under bankruptcy laws in Texas as a move to...
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Leslie Rutledge again busy joining out-of-state lawsuits

Her Arkansas legislative agenda done — a bill to prevent transgender girls from joining a girls soccer team — Attorney General Leslie Rutledge can now turn attention to her favorite work, joining Republican lawsuits around the country. She proudly announced today that she’d be among 16 states joining a Texas...
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Arkadelphia men who pocketed $160k in puppy scam sued by Leslie Rutledge

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. — Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge filed a lawsuit against Helda Berinyuy and Thierry Ekwelle, both of Arkadelphia, for creating deceptive websites and advertising AKC-registered puppies at discounted prices. Hopeful families discovered after spending hundreds of dollars that the puppies were not real. Berinyuy was previously arrested for...
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Oh say can you see, any demagoguery on thee? Leslie Rutledge stoops to conquer Sanders with the scoundrel’s last refuge

OK. I was wrong. The Faith Family Freedom Acts abridges no individual freedoms, except freedom from time-wasting by school officials in the name of mandated patriotic pap. Attorney General Leslie Rutledge wants to require the playing of the National Anthem at all school-sanctioned sporting events and at least once a week in school, sporting event or no. Even a 6th-grade track meet, which generally had an audience of about three during my time at Hamilton School is covered. If a school has multiple events in a day, it may play the anthem at only one of them.
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Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge and the Arkansas Public Service Commission have opened investigations into Liberty Utilities

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge and the Arkansas Public Service Commission have opened investigations into Liberty Utilities which provides water to the City of Pine Bluff because of low water pressure and, by the companies own admission more than 100 water leaks found so far. On Wednesday, Rutledge was interviewed...
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Who is running for Arkansas attorney general? Meet the candidates running to replace Leslie Rutledge

Candidates for Arkansas attorney general in the 2022 election include Arkansas Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin and Leon Jones, executive director of the Arkansas Fair Housing Commission. Both seek the Republican nomination. Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, a Republican, is term-limited. She is running for Arkansas governor in 2022. The candidates.