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Asa Hutchinson

2015 Inaugural Address

Governor Hutchinson
500 Woodlane Street
Suite 250
Little Rock, AR 72201
Phone: 501-682-2345
Fax: 501-682-1382 

Southern Governors' Representative
To be determined






Arkansas News Digest

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6/22/2015 Gov. Hutchinson's Weekly Column: Arkansas’s Entrepreneurial SpiritInc. magazine named Arkansan Kirsten Stuckey one of its “30-under-30” business owners for 2015. [Read More]
6/19/2015 Gov. Hutchinson Promotes Arkansas at Germany Steel ShowMeets with several prospective companies with interest in expansion into North America. [Read More]
6/16/2015 Governor Hutchinson Opens Arkansas Booth at Paris Air ShowAerospace was Arkansas’s largest export in 2014, totaling $1.6 billion. [Read More]
6/15/2015 Gov. Hutchinson's Weekly Column: Selling Arkansas to the WorldIn 2015, we have to be a national and global competitor; we have to market Arkansas at every opportunity. [Read More]
6/12/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson Shares Details of European Business Recruitment MissionGovernor and delegation will meet with business leaders in France and Germany. [Read More]
6/9/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson: Independence County Receives EDA Grant for Infrastructure $1.25 million federal funding will allow improvements near Ozark Mountain Poultry’s new feed mill, supporting industry. [Read More]
6/2/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson: Southwest Steel Processing Expands its Newport Manufacturing FacilityCompany plans to invest $18 million in facility and add 100 jobs over the next two years. [Read More]
6/1/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson Signs Lockheed Bond Bills Legislation authorizes state to issue bond to help win federal contract, expand workforce by nearly 600 employees. [Read More]
5/26/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson's Weekly Column: Planting SeedsVisit to California: plant seeds for future technology expansion; educate Silicon Valley about AR's computer science education program. [Read More]
5/11/2015 AR Gov. Hutchinson's Weekly Column: The Art of Economic DevelopmentArkansas Arts Council estimates that $106 million was spent in state last year thanks to the arts. [Read More]

Governor's Priorities

Information forthcoming