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Curtis Coleman Responds to Asa Hutchinson's Latest Education Plan

"I am complimented that Mr. Hutchinson would think so much of my education policy, that he would try to dress it in a different set of clothes and call it his own."
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR (News release) - Businessman and conservative Republican candidate for governor Curtis Coleman responded to his opponent's latest education plan ("Workforce PREPARE Plan") today with the following statement:

“I am complimented that Mr. Hutchinson would think so much of my education policy, 'The Coleman Education Plan,' released on January 28, that he would try to dress it in a different set of clothes and call it his own.

"Arkansas has a critical skilled labor shortage inhibiting the growth and prosperity of our economy. Although he’s late coming to this conclusion it is good that my opponent finally recognized the seriousness of this issue.”

For a full transcript of the Coleman education plan, click here.

Coleman was the founding CEO and President of Safe Foods Corporation, an international food safety company headquartered in North Little Rock. While CEO of Safe Foods Corp., he frequently lectured on team building and servant leadership for the University of Arkansas’ Sam M. Walton School of Business Emerging Leaders program. In 2010, he founded The Institute for Constitutional Policy.
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