Arkansas businesses are realizing the benefits of using drones and implementing this advanced technology in their operations. It’s improving efficiency and safety for us all and I’m championing efforts to build on this momentum.

Our good friends in Berryville and Eureka Springs are fighting the good fight for transparency. 

Madison County voters on Nov. 8 will have a lot of choices on the ballot, such as who they want as their next state senator, governor and justices of the peace on the quorum court. Voters in …

As teachers dust off desks, parents buy new school supplies and students prepare to head back to the classroom, the signs that a new school year is upon us are unmistakable. Yet I can attest that some young Arkansans were still learning over the summer break, developing new skills and gaining vital experience to help shape their future through congressional internships.

Gov. Asa Hutchinson last week signed two bills into law “bringing the state income tax to a historic low” and creating a School Safety Grant program, his office reported.

The Huntsville School Board recently took one large step forward in moving on from its Title IX fiascos, but its administrators took it two steps back. We’re starting to think that …

The American Farm Bureau Federation recently recognized me with the Golden Plow, the highest honor it awards sitting members of Congress. The success I’ve had in shaping ag policy is thanks, in large part, to the Farm Bureau – and especially its Arkansas branch – serving as a vital resource in supporting Natural State farmers, ranchers and foresters.

When details emerged early last week of the deadly fire near Nob Hill, it took me back many decades to another fire that claimed family members in my hometown in Missouri.

There is a new way to get help for folks experiencing a mental health or substance use crisis and it’s as easy as dialing 988. In July, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline launched, ushering in a link to crisis centers nationwide through a toll-free number connecting callers to trained counselors for free and confidential care.

This record-breaking heat we’ve been having lately has had me thinking about the folks who have to work out in the elements. Hopefully by the time you read this, the cooler weather with some rain has made its way here.

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