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Arkansas Senate votes to live stream sessions


Live stream could 'change the flavor of the Senate forever," says senator.


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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The Arkansas Senate is working to make it possible for you to watch legislative sessions live.

Today it voted to allow two committees to work on adding cameras ahead of the January session.

We're told it could cost anywhere from $70 to $200,000 with $50,000 a year for archiving and logging.

"The time has come for us to ensure the public give them confidence that this is their House, they know what's going on here," says St. Sen. Jim Hendren (R-Gravette). READ MORE.

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