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    1. An Arkansas House committee advanced a measure to exempt college sporting events from a state law allowing guns after the Southeastern Conference appealed for guns to be banned ...

    2. To prohibit concealed carry in those sensitive areas, they would have to put together a security plan for those areas and submit it to Arkansas State Police for approval. Republican ...

    3. A new law signed on Wednesday will allow concealed handguns on the premises of state schools - including sporting events. USA TODAY Sports Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville, Ark ...

    4. The law takes effect Sept. 1, but Arkansas residents likely won’t be allowed to carry concealed weapons into the expanded locations until early next year. The law gives Arkansas

    5. State House approves fantasy sports bill

      KSLA-TV Shreveport1 day ago

      A bill that would allow fantasy sports companies to operate in the state of Arkansas was approved Monday in the state House of Representatives. The House voted 69 ...

    6. To prohibit concealed carry in those sensitive areas, they would have to put together a security plan for those areas and submit it to Arkansas State Police for approval. Rep.

    7. An Arkansas House committee advanced a measure Tuesday to exempt college sporting events from a state law allowing guns after the Southeastern Conference appealed for guns to be ...

    8. Flint Is Just the Beginning. Really.

      Esquire via Yahoo News2 days ago

      University of Arkansas and Arkansas State University officials opposed the initial law and called for the decision of allowing...whole idea was, given the other restrictions ...

    9. Arkansas. The committee approved the amendments and sent the bill to the House floor. The AP reported that the Southeastern Conference, from which millions flow into University of Arkansas ...

    10. SEC commissioner Greg Sankey is calling on the Arkansas House to pass an amendment exempting college sports venues from the latest gun law passed by governor Asa Hutchinson.

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