LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Arkansas lawmakers have adjourned their special session after approving a $500 million tax cut package.
The majority-Republican House and Senate on Thursday adjourned after giving final approval to the cuts Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson proposed.
Hutchinson called for the cuts after the state’s surplus reached $1.6 billion.
Hutchinson signed the measure into law hours after the Legislature adjourned.