Today, we celebrate Statehood Day in Arkansas. 182 years ago Arkansas was declared a state to expand opportunities for its residents in this abundant state and we continue to do so while embodying its natural beauty and integrity. Photo courtesy of @oldstatehousemuseum
Last week I completed my 75 county roundtable tour for the fourth consecutive year. These listening sessions are an opportunity to go to Arkansans where they can bring forward concerns in their communities like opioids, PBMs & school safety. Thank you for meeting with me!
On this day in 1944, over 156,000 Allied troops landed on France's coast in what would be the beginning of the end of WWII. We will always remember. #DDay
#ARGirlsState is in Little Rock for their annual visit. Girls State Attorney General Ella Moody (Little Rock), Assistant AG Montana Cremer (Hot Springs) and Chief Deputy Meredith Boogaan (Fayetteville) stopped by the office to learn about the work we do on behalf of Arkansans.
Today, we pause to remember the brave men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. These individuals stood firm in protecting the United States and our freedoms. Let us never forget our fallen heroes.
May we remember all of the brave men and women who have been lost serving and protecting their communities. Your sacrifices are not forgotten and your legacy as peacemakers will forever be honored.
Stopped by the Maumelle Police Department on Saturday, a Prescription Drug Take Back site to thank our local law enforcement for their efforts to collect expired, unwanted and unused medications. Together we can save lives. _________________________________ Look for a Rutledge Resource mobile offices to be hosted in your county for future RX Drug drop sites.
From my farming family to yours, thank you Arkansas producers for growing healthy, safe and reliable food for consumers. Your dedication to feed the world is appreciated. #AgDay #FoodforLife