Sen. Blanche Lincoln, a Democrat from Arkansas is a perfect example.
Yet, Arkansas had been marginally healthier than the states surrounding it.
He said, “Bill Clinton is in the building and wants to come up and watch Arkansas play for a while.”
“It cuts both ways,” says a Republican consultant involved in the Arkansas elections.
If the law is passed, exactly how many women in Arkansas would be affected?
Of one the Yellowstone, and of the other the Arkansas, is the centre.
Between the Red River and the Arkansas there is at present no nation.
The Indians frequently took Joe with them far up the Arkansas valley on their grand hunts after the buffalo.
Besides the Arkansas, some authors place other nations upon their river.
The bailiff opened the court, and the case of Jake, Arkansas, and Bill was called.
organized as a U.S. territory 1819 (admitted as a state 1836), named for the Arkansas River, which was named for a Siouan tribe.
The spelling of the term represents a French plural, Arcansas, of a name applied to the Quapaw people who lived on the Arkansas River; their name was also written in early times as Akancea, Acansea, Acansa (Dickinson, 1995). This was not the name used by the Quapaws themselves, however. The term /akansa/ was applied to them by Algonquian speakers; this consists of /a-/, an Algonquian prefix found in the names of ethnic groups, plus /kká:ze, a Siouan term refering to members of the Dhegiha branch of the Siouan family. This stem is also the origin for the name of the Kansa tribe and of the state of Kansas; thus the placenames Arkansas and Kansas indirectly have the same origin. [William Bright, "Native American Placenames of the United States," 2004]