Arkansas Legislature Addresses a Weighty Issue
RENEE MONTAGNE, host:
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An update now on Arkansas's Apostrophe Act. It's an issue that goes back to 1836 when Arkansas became a state. This week, the State House approved a resolution to settle the question of how to treat the possessive form in the state with a silent S at the end: you put an apostrophe and add an extra S. Now, Arkansas's state senators weigh in on this weighty issue of punctuation.
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