Arkansas Code Title 25. State Government

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  • Chapter 1. General Provisions
  • Chapter 2. Administrative Departments Generally
  • Chapter 3. Department of Arkansas Heritage
  • Chapter 4. Department of Information Systems
  • Chapter 5. Department of Correction
  • Chapter 6. Department of Education
  • Chapter 7. Department of Higher Education
  • Chapter 8. Department of Finance and Administration
  • Chapter 9. Department of Health
  • Chapter 10. Department of Human Services
  • Chapter 11. Arkansas Economic Development Commission
  • Chapter 12. Department of Labor
  • Chapter 13. Department of Parks and Tourism
  • Chapter 14. Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality
  • Chapter 15. Administrative Procedures
  • Chapter 16. State Officers
  • Chapter 17. Management of State Institutions
  • Chapter 18. Public Records
  • Chapter 19. Freedom of Information Act
  • Chapter 20. Interlocal Cooperation Act
  • Chapter 21. Uniform Law to Oppose Federal Encroachment
  • Chapter 24. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission
  • Chapter 26. Information Technology
  • Chapter 27. Arkansas Information Network
  • Chapter 28. Assessment Coordination Department
  • Chapter 29. Arkansas Deaf and Hearing Impaired Telecommunications Services Corporation
  • Chapter 30. Department of Career Education
  • Chapter 31. Electronic Records and Signatures
  • Chapter 32. Uniform Electronic Transactions Act
  • Chapter 33. State Technology Council
  • Chapter 34. Arkansas Computer and Electronic Solid Waste Management Act
  • Chapter 35. Arkansas Multi-Agency Insurance Trust Fund Act
  • Chapter 36. Arkansas Economic Opportunity Expansion Act
  • Chapter 37. Biobased Products Act
  • Chapter 38. Arkansas Agriculture Department
  • Chapter 41. Daisy Gatson Bates Holiday Committee
  • Chapter 42. Health Information Technology

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