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Conduit for Commerce (CFC) hosted their biennial “Calvin Coolidge Awards” honoring outstanding members of the Arkansas General Assembly.  The event was held at the Capital Hotel in Little Rock.

CFC gave awards based on each legislator’s commitment to economic freedom and smaller government.

Calvin Coolidge once said:

Senator Trent Garner and CFC Co-Founder Brenda Vassaur Taylor

The “Promises Kept” award went to State Representatives Josh Miller and John Payton.

 

State Representative Dan Sullivan with CFC Co-Founder Joe Maynard

State Representative Clint Penzo with CFC Co-Founder Joe Maynard

State Representative Robin Lundstrum with CFC Co-Founder Joe Maynard

State Representative Rick Beck with CFC Co-Founder Joe Maynard

State Representative Mark Lowery with CFC Co-Founder Joe Maynard

State Representative Nelda Speaks with CFC Co-Founder Joe Maynard

State Representative John Payton with CFC Co-Founder Joe Maynard

State Representative Richard Womack with CFC Co-Founder Joe Maynard

The top “Freedom Bill Award” went to State Rep. Julie Mayberry.  Her bill, HB1541, would have funded Arkansas highways without raising taxes.

State Representative Julie Mayberry with CFC Co-Founder Joe Maynard

Senator Dave Wallace with CFC Co-Founder Joe Maynard

State Representative Ken Bragg receives “Calvin Coolidge Award”

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