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Although the president will rise out of the ashes, many believe that he will emerge with less credibility, a weakened presidency and an uncertain legacy.
The editor of Hot Springs only print newspaper stated, One Arkansan has broken his word, betrayed his family and fueled the national debate over morality....
The law would apply to cohabiting couples and to both men and women.
It would cover men who shout at their wives and women who hurl abuse at their husbands - although it was not clear last night if nagging would be viewed as breaking the law.
Tim Grimes, of the local fire union said that Hot Springs was the seventh-largest city, but its firefighters ranked 14th in pay, according to Arkansas Municipal League statistics.
By comparison, City Manager Myers receives one of the highest salaries for city managers.
The passengers were trapped by their seatbelts in the van, which was upside down.
with statistics showing local police and firefighters make comparable wages with several Arkansas communities.Psychologist Anne Giraud said: 'Squabbling couples will allege all kinds of things about each other, but often it will be a case of one person's word against the other.' Sociologist Pierre Bonnet said: 'The next step will be to make rudeness a criminal offence.The police and courts will be over-stretched trying to deal with numerous cases.' A spokesman for Mr Fillon said the law was supported by the government, and was likely to be implemented within six months.Burt Newell, city director, is trying to cram fluoridation down the throats of citizens of Garland County.In February of 1998, the issue of fluoridating the city water in Hot Springs was brought up and defeated by the city board.