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A Quick Legislative Recap

The Arkansas Legislature is in session. Our team is currently monitoring about two dozen pieces of legislation at the Arkansas...
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A Quick Legislative Recap
Legislation

Bill Filed to Reduce Used Car Tax

Rep. John Payton (R – Wilburn) and Sen. Jason Rapert (R - Conway) have filed H.B. 1160 eliminating the tax on...
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Bill Filed to Reduce Used Car Tax
Abortion Video

Video: Three-Judge Panel Blocks Pro-Life Laws

Earlier this month a three-judge panel from the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals blocked two pro-life laws the Arkansas Legislature...
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Video: Three-Judge Panel Blocks Pro-Life Laws
Abortion

POSTPONED: 43rd March for Life Set for Jan. 17

UPDATED January 13, 2021: Per a new announcement from Arkansas Right to Life, the 43rd annual March for Life has...
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POSTPONED: 43rd March for Life Set for Jan. 17
Abortion

Pro-Life Ultrasound Legislation Filed in Arkansas

The Arkansas Legislature is convening this week, and Sen. Cecile Bledsoe (R - Rogers) and Rep. Joe Cloud (R -...
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Pro-Life Ultrasound Legislation Filed in Arkansas
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A Quick Legislative Recap

A Quick Legislative Recap

The Arkansas Legislature is in session. Our team is currently monitoring about two dozen pieces ...
Bill Filed to Reduce Used Car Tax

Bill Filed to Reduce Used Car Tax

Rep. John Payton (R – Wilburn) and Sen. Jason Rapert (R – Conway) have filed H.B. ...
Video: Three-Judge Panel Blocks Pro-Life Laws

Video: Three-Judge Panel Blocks Pro-Life Laws

Earlier this month a three-judge panel from the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals blocked two ...
POSTPONED: 43rd March for Life Set for Jan. 17

POSTPONED: 43rd March for Life Set for Jan. 17

UPDATED January 13, 2021: Per a new announcement from Arkansas Right to Life, the 43rd ...
Pro-Life Ultrasound Legislation Filed in Arkansas

Pro-Life Ultrasound Legislation Filed in Arkansas

The Arkansas Legislature is convening this week, and Sen. Cecile Bledsoe (R – Rogers) and ...
Generations Yet Unborn Are Counting on Us

Generations Yet Unborn Are Counting on Us

I have waited until now to respond to events surrounding the Presidential Election. The Bible ...

Since 1989, Family Council has been at the forefront promoting, protecting, and strengthening traditional family values in Arkansas. We are part of a nation-wide network of family policy councils associated with Focus on the Family.

Our mission involves shaping public opinion through media interviews, producing voter’s guides for elections, and shaping public policies through the legislative process. Family Council is a conservative education and research organization based in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Education Alliance and the Arkansas Physicians Resource Council are division of our work dedicated to promoting home schooling and to enabling Arkansas physicians to address social and moral issues that impact medical ethics.

Our offices are located just two blocks from the State Capitol Building in downtown Little Rock, Arkansas.