Arkansas Democrat-Gazette


Newspaper of record in Arkansas, printed in Little Rock with a northwest edition published in Lowell. It is distributed for sale in all 75 of Arkansas' counties.
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Primary geographic focus: Arkansas
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Arkansas judge orders state to end care-hours setup, sets hearing on whether to hold DHS in contempt

Andy Davis
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
May 22, 2018
In a ruling on May 14, Griffen agreed with Jonesboro-based Legal Aid of Arkansas that the department failed to give adequate public notice before it began using the algorithm, which resulted in reductions in hours for many participants.

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Judge orders Arkansas home-care aid formula’s end

Andy Davis
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
May 15, 2018
State agency failed to notify Medicaid users, Griffen says.

Op-Ed

Justice for all

Justice Robin Wynne
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
September 16, 2017
Legal aid deserves support.

News Story

Plaintiffs’ welfare at risk, says filing in ARPath lawsuit

John Lynch
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
February 2, 2017
In a request filed Tuesday, the plaintiffs asked the judge to decide by Monday whether he will force the state, at least temporarily, to revert to the way it used to determine how much in-home service each recipient was allotted.

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Legal nonprofit files 2nd suit over ArPath

Andy Davis
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
January 27, 2017
The Arkansas Department of Human Services failed to follow a state law when it began using a new method to determine Medicaid recipients' eligibility for home-based services for the elderly and disabled, a lawsuit filed Thursday contends.

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Judge: Medicaid cuts inadequately explained

Andy Davis
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
October 29, 2016
Arkansas can't reduce a Helena-West Helena woman's Medicaid benefits until it issues an adequate notice explaining why it plans to do so, a federal judge ruled Friday.



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