Arkansas has a lot of good things going for it.
It has plenty of sunshine and a good economy.
And it has plenty more than enough money to buy a lot more new technology.
The problem is that the state’s economy is in decline.
Arkansas is a hotbed of manufacturing, with jobs, a high-tech manufacturing sector and an industrial base that has grown.
That’s not an accident.
The state has been losing manufacturing jobs and manufacturing businesses for decades.
That trend has been exacerbated by a lack of state investment in education and infrastructure.
Arkansas has been on a slow but steady decline, and the state is now the ninth-most-populous in the country.
Arkansas’ economy is on the decline because of the lack of infrastructure, a lack that has been worsened by a tax increase, and a failure to invest in education.
Arkansas lost about 1,000 manufacturing jobs last year, according to the Brookings Institution.
The economy of the state has declined by about 9,000 jobs a year over the past 30 years.
And the economy is not just stagnant.
Arkansas hasn’t been growing fast enough to pay for its high-school graduation rates and its public schools are underfunded.
The Arkansas Department of Human Services is underfunded by about $300 million.
And its education system is barely improving.
Arkansas’s problems go far beyond the lack