Dear Senator: A Call to Deny Brett Kavanaugh

***TW: rape, sexual assault, PTSD *** Despite living in D.C., I am still finding it difficult to get a letter to my former senator. To be completely candid, that is in part due to the fact the submission form on his website limits my character count. My objection to Senator John Boozman's support of Brett... Continue Reading →

No, Paul Ryan, Trump isn’t “New to This”

I promised myself that I would not blog until after my LSAT. I almost made it. But if there is one person that can irritate me enough to have me break that vow, it is Donald Trump. Like most of the country, I have been following the Comey testimony today. As minutes and hours tick... Continue Reading →

2017 Regular Session: Update on HB 1222

Hello all, Normally, I discuss Arkansas General Assembly bills with Luke and we both offer our insight on the issue at hand. However, in light of the quick turnover of information, I am flying solo on this update. Last week, the House Education Committee voted Do Pass HB 1222, a voucher bill that stands to... Continue Reading →

Escape to Petit Jean

Over the past few months, I have noted that in the process of keeping up with legislation and policy, I haven't taken a moment to write a personal blog post. While the aforementioned activities are entertaining, I aim to not spend ALL my time with my nose in a bill book. Just most of it. Finding... Continue Reading →

2017 Regular Session AR Senate Bills: Round 1

As promised, I have begun tackling the new Arkansas General Assembly bills as they are being filed. In a slight deviation, I have found myself with a new partner-in-parsing, a companion-in-clarification, a...okay, so I found Luke. Given the inordinate amount of time we spend together and our background in picking at proposed bills, we decided to partner... Continue Reading →

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