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Governor appoints Justin Tate to Arkansas Public Service Commission
Governor Hutchinson today announced the appointment of one of his current staffers, Justin Tate of Little Rock, to a six-year term on the Arkansas Public Service Commission. Tate replaces outgoing commissioner Elana Willis, whose term expires on Jan. 14. The commission oversees public utilities in the state. Tate has worked in the governor's office since 2015. He spent time as the governor's chief legal counsel and now serves as Director of Rules and Regulatory Affairs. He will step down from that role when he becomes a commissioner in January. Tate currently makes an annual salary of $98,899. He'll get a pay bump as an APS commissioner, making around $130,000.
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