Benji Hardy is in court forhearing on whether to issue an injunction againstbecause of a lawsuit contending errors and conflict of interest in the Ascoring on the top five applicants.No word yet, though I've heard indirectly that the question of— whether the state can be sued in its courts — will be raised this morning.Interesting if so and not only for whether the judge will feel bound in this case ofof an administrative decision that seems to be allowed by the enabling constitutional...
Friday, March 16, 2018
ACLU objects to Magnolia schools surveillance system
By Max Brantley
on Fri, Mar 16, 2018 at 12:51 PM
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MAGNOLIA HIGH: Facial recognition surveillance is coming and the ACLU is critical.
of Conway has ruled thatcould run for Faulkner County justice of the peace even though he holds a full-time paid state job as a gubernatorial appointee to the state Parole Board.The Constitution prohibits a county office-holder from being appointed to a civil office such as parole board. Chris Burks, the Little Rock lawyer who challenged Shock's candidacy, said the judge had ruled that the Constitution didn't prohibit someone who was aBoard member already from running for a county office.
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