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Ark. senators to participate in online forum

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LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Arkansas' two U.S. senators are participating in an online discussion with small business owners about the Internet and economic development.

U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor's office said he and Sen. John Boozman will participate in a Google Plus Hangout at 3:30 p.m. Monday. Talk Business editor Roby Brock will moderate the discussion.

Pryor's office said participants in the discussion will include officials with the Internet Association, the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce and the Arkansas Farm Bureau. It will also include the founder of the Bourbon and Boots online store and the owner of Rock Appliances and Services.

Pryor is a Democrat serving his second term. Boozman is a Republican serving his first term.

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