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Rep. Stephen Magie of Conway today introduced legislation to repeal former Rep. Micah Neal's 2015 bill that exempted restaurant and hotel sales tax records from the state Freedom of Information Act. [Read More]
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Former Arkansas State Rep. Micah Neal pled guilty earlier this month to a felony charge of conspiring with an Arkansas state senator to use their official positions to appropriate government money to certain... [Read More]
Decision Point Inc. of Bentonville received the $400,000 state grant referred to in state Rep. Micah Neal's guilty plea this week on accepting kickbacks, the nonprofit's parent company said Friday. [Read More]
The president of Ecclesia College in Springdale released a statement Thursday (Jan. 5) in response to reports of the school's possible involvement in a bribery scheme that involved former state Rep. Micah Neal,... [Read More]
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Arkansas Business wins the race to publication of  other names likely linked to details in a plea agreement signed by Republican state Rep. Micah Neal in pleading guilty to taking kickbacks from state... [Read More]
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The president of a Springdale college says he and the school are not involved in a bribery scandal that implicated Rep. Micah Neal (R-District 89) on Wednesday. Neal pleaded guilty to taking $38,000 in... [Read More]
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State audit records show that Ecclesia College in Springdale is the only college that received at least $200,000 in state General Improvement Funds in the manner described by state Rep. Micah Neal in... [Read More]
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Everybody's talking about the alphabet soup of unindicted people and entities described in state Rep. Micah Neal's plea agreement with federal prosecutors. Arkansas Business has determined the identities of several of them. [Read More]
Former Arkansas Rep. Micah Neal, R-Springdale, admitted to federal investigators that he and another legislator each got thousands of dollars in kickbacks in exchange for funneling $600,000 into two nonprofits in Springdale and... [Read More]
State Rep. Micah Neal, R-Springdale, pleaded guilty Wednesday to taking $38,000 in kickbacks from two nonprofit groups he helped gain state money, the U.S. Department of Justice announced. [Read More]
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State Rep. Micah Neal, R-Springdale, pleaded guilty Wednesday to taking two kickbacks totaling $38,000, the U.S. Department of Justice announced and his attorney confirmed. [Read More]
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State Rep. Micah Neal, R-Springdale, has pleaded guilty in a conspiracy that directed government funds to nonprofits in exchange for around $38,000 in kickback payments. [Read More]
State Rep. Micah Neal of Springdale pleaded guilty Wednesday to sending state taxpayer money to non-profits in exchange for kickbacks, according to a release sent by the Department of Justice. [Read More]
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Prosecutors say a former Arkansas lawmaker pleaded guilty to conspiracy for arranging bribes while he was a member of the state House. Prosecutors say 42-year-old Republican former Rep. Micah Neal of Springdale pleaded... [Read More]
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Rep. Micah Neal (R-District 89) pleaded guilty to accepting $38,000 worth of bribe money on Wednesday, according to federal prosecutors. In the plea agreement and general allegations, prosecutors say that Neal and an unnamed... [Read More]
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To look for today and in the days ahead: spreading tentacles from state Rep. Micah Neal's guilty plea to taking kickbacks from state money he helped guide into a couple of non-profit agencies... [Read More]
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The U.S. Department of Justice announced Wednesday that state Rep. Micah Neal, R-Springdale, had pleaded guilty to a conspiracy to direct state funds to two nonprofits in exchange for $38,000 in kickbacks. [Read More]
A judge has ruled against the Democratic Party of Arkansas, which had filed a lawsuit to keep the state's Republican Party from nominating Joseph Wood as their candidate for Washington County judge on... [Read More]
The Democratic Party of Arkansas filed a lawsuit Wednesday to block Republicans from replacing state Rep. Micah Neal as their nominee for Washington County judge after Neal resigned from the race earlier this... [Read More]
Check out the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette for all the details of the highly smelly matter of state Rep. Micah Neal's decision to drop out of the race for county judge. [Read More]
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