Garland County Tea Party's war on tou...

Garland County Tea Party's war on tourism continues

There are 2 comments on the Arkansas Times story from Apr 5, 2012, titled Garland County Tea Party's war on tourism continues. In it, Arkansas Times reports that:

ERIN GO BRAG: Despite criticism, the turnout at this year's St. Patrick's Day parade seems worth bragging about.

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Hot Springs National Park, AR

#1 Apr 6, 2012
The Arkansas Times retracted this headline when they realized it was not true.
Gary Nolan

Hot Springs National Park, AR

#2 Apr 9, 2012
The Garland County Tea Party has no war on tourism. This is a bogus article.

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