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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Tim Cullen
The single contested race for Arkansas Supreme Court features one candidate who wants to move up from the state Appeals Court and another who says his experience practicing before appeals courts makes him the better candidate.
Chemotherapy pills that cancer patients can take at home would be more affordable under a bill that the Wisconsin Senate passed Tuesday - the last planned meeting day of its two-year session.
Four lawmakers with a combined 94 years of experience retiring from the state Senate say there needs to be more compromise in politics.
A week after Colorado's ballyhooed retail marijuana launch, the line at Evergreen Apothecary is still out the door. That comes as both good and bad news for co-owner Tim Cullen. His business may be booming, but his banking situation remains sketchy.
To this day, Wisconsin liberals genuflect at the mention of "Fighting Bob" La Follette, the state's most revered political figure, who served as governor and U.S. senator and won 17 percent of the vote as a Progressive Party candidate for president in 1924.
Cullen, of Maumelle, said he's served as lead counsel on more than 150 appeals, ranging from workers compensation cases to trademark and other business disputes.
"I think that experience is important to the court. ... I've been in the trenches and handled these cases from the perspective of attorneys and litigants before the court," he said.