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Latest Timothy Griffin Items
Monday marked the end of the one-week filing period for state and federal office in Arkansas. Here are candidates who filed for statewide and congressional office by Monday's deadline. Candidates with an (i) next to their names are incumbents.
Four people have signed up to be Arkansas' next lieutenant governor, and one of them wants to be the last.
By seeking the lieutenant governor's office, U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin represents a formidable weapon for fellow Republicans in their quest to take over the state's top elected spots in November. But the two-term congressman also represents an easy target for Democrats as they try to prevent that sweep.
New York's attorney general has accused the former acting president of the nonprofit United Hebrew Cemetery on Staten Island of embezzling $2 million.
At the heart of Obamacare is a corrupt bargain between big government and big insurance.
Republican U.S. Rep. Tim Griffin said Thursday he's considering running for Arkansas lieutenant governor this year, potentially shaking up the race for the state's No. 2 office just months after announcing his retirement from Congress.
Republican Senate hopeful and U.S. Rep. Tom Cotton was the only member of Arkansas' House delegation to vote against a nearly $100 billion-a-year farm bill on Wednesday, prompting Democratic Sen. Mark Pryor to criticize his challenger as not representing the state's interests.
Arkansas' four congressmen have split on a $1.1 trillion spending bill for operating the federal government until just before next fall's election.
Congressional members have introduced a bill to halt the pay of shooting suspect Maj. Nidal Hasan, who's facing numerous murder counts for his admitted 2009 shooting rampage at Fort Hood.