In the wake of the Supreme Court declining to hear a challenge to an Arkansas law restricting medication abortion, Planned Parenthood has been canceling abortion appointments across the state.
Arkansas may soon have just one remaining abortion clinic after the Supreme Court declined on Tuesday to hear a case challenging the state’s restrictions on medication abortion.
Abortion activists are celebrating two major victories in Alabama and Arkansas after federal judges blocked a series of laws on Friday that would place an undue burden on women seeking abortions.
During Arkansas’s 2017 legislative session, the state passed House Bill 1566, a bill ostensibly about the disposal of fetal remains. On its surface, HB 1566 is typical of fetal burial bills that have been passed by numerous state legislatures since David Daleiden released his deceptively edited (and perhaps illegal)…
A dispute between concertgoers at a club in Little Rock, Arkansas turned violent early Saturday morning, with a blaze of gunfire resulting in 28 injuries. Among those, 25 are being treated for gunshot wounds, and two people are listed in critical condition.
Mike Huckabee, a former Arkansas governor who now makes queasily bad jokes on Twitter, may face a class action lawsuit for an illegal marketing campaign.
On Monday evening, at 7:25 p.m., Jack Jones was executed by lethal injection in Arkansas’s Cummins Unit. And just a few hours later, a second inmate, Marcel Williams, was put to death as well. Arkansas can now claim the grim distinction of carrying out the first double execution in the U.S. since 2000.
Arkansas’s horrific plan to execute eight men in two weeks met another roadblock Thursday night when the U.S. Supreme Court issued a temporary stay in the execution of Ledell Lee.
Arkansas’s uniquely inhumane and disgusting plan to execute 8 men in 10 days in order to beat the expiration dates on the drugs they plan to use has hit two setbacks.
The state of Arkansas has attracted national attention with its proposed plan to execute eight prisoners over 11 days via lethal injection, the highest number of executions in the shortest amount of time in over 50 years. The decision was motivated by the imminent expiration on the state’s supply of midazolam, a…
Arkansas death row inmate Don Davis ate his last meal tonight as state and federal courts deliberated over whether to proceed with his execution. He is one of eight men abruptly scheduled to die by lethal injection before the state’s supply of midazolam reaches its expiration date.
Two judges issued separate orders blocking Arkansas from going forward with a slate of seven executions hastily scheduled to be carried out over the span of less than two weeks.
All of the topics we discuss on Big Time Dicks are disgusting in their blatant willingness to disregard other people’s humanity, especially if they are people of color or women. But this week’s dick—Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchison’s plan to execute eight death row inmates in a period of ten days—is viscerally sickening.
On Wednesday, Arkansas governor Asa Hutchinson signed a horrifying anti-abortion bill that requires doctors who provide abortion services to investigate the backgrounds of the women seeking those services before they perform the procedure.
Earlier this month, the New York Times reported that the state of Arkansas intends to execute eight incarcerated people over a span of 10 days in April. The pace of Arkansas’ executions has been kicked into unprecedented (at least in recent U.S. history) high gear due to a looming expiration date for one of the…
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas), who is wrong about most things, inevitably found himself in the tricky position of getting scolded by a small child at an Arkansas town hall meeting on Wednesday night.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has signed a new bill into law that bans uterine dilation and evacuation, one of the safest and most common abortion procedures in existence, and allows family members of the woman to sue her abortion provider if the physician is in violation of the new law.
Mike Huckabee is one of those people who, at one time, had a real job as Governor of Arkansas. These days, he doesn’t seem to have much to do, besides promote Donald Trump. That should, in theory, mean that he has ample time to come up with good metaphors for a Trump candidacy. So why did this tweet happen?
A former Arkansas county employee is being (unfairly in the opinion of this blog) prosecuted for her alleged use of a state credit card to buy a dog tuxedo. Kristi Lyn Goss is accused of buying between $160,000 and $200,000 worth of other stuff on that credit card that wasn’t hers. In her defense, though, the dog was…