However, for some reason, I felt the need to peruse through the financial filing of Arkansas Families First once again. You will never guess what I found. One of the assistant attorney generals on the case, Colin Jorgensen, just happens to share something in common with his boss, Dustin McDaniel. He is a contributor to the group opposing Act 1. In fairness, it was a smaller amount, $50 on October 9, 2008. However, Jorgensen still joins McDaniel in the club of attorneys defending Act 1 whom previously gave money to the other side.
This has me asking the question is sentiment against Act 1 in the attorney generals office that pervasive or is the case being intentionally assigned to attorneys within the office that share McDaniel’s opposition to the law they are supposed to be defending? Either way, this makes the motion filed by Jerry Cox and Family Council Action Committee to join the case as a defendant all that more important.