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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

List of lawmaker who have submitted Annual Campaign Finance filing #msleg

The names are still coming in but these are the statewide and local legislators that have filed as of Wednesday. You can search all reports...

Considering a tech degree? Community College could be free for you #billoftheday

Today's bill of the day is HB 405, authored by Rep. Nolan Mettetal, and is moving along quite nicely. It has already been transmitted...

Leg. Democratic Caucus releases statement on equal pay for equal work bills that died...

Letter from Legislative Democratic Caucus:  On a day when we gathered on the South steps of our Capitol to explain again why requiring equal pay...

Economic numbers effectively pad Trump’s first ‘State of the Union’ address

By: Sid Salter Even the harshest and most ardent critics of America’s first reality show star to be elected to the U.S. presidency have to...

Senate Education Committee Advances ESA Expansion #EmpowerMS

Today, the Senate Education Committee advanced legislation that will provide parents with more options for the education of their children. Senate Bill 2623, authored by...

Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves makes statement on increasing access to the ESA Program #msleg

The Senate Education Committee took up a bill, SB 2623 that would allow more students to have access to ESA scholarships. This is Lt. Gov....

Deadline Day: Bills surviving and dying in committee through Tuesday night

*This article will be updated throughout deadline day as bills survive and die in committee* Tuesday is deadline day and by 8:00 p.m. tonight most...

Abortion cut off at 15 weeks #billoftheday

It's General and Constitutional bill deadline, which means, what doesn't make it out of committee today is dead. One bill that did survive deadline...

Can you hear the heartbeat? bill would prohibit abortions after a heartbeat is detectible...

Can you hear the heartbeat? If so, this bill would make an abortion prohibited by state law. According to HB 226 would prevent a...

Changes offered to Senate Medicaid “tech” bill adds reverse repealer and study committees

At the Medicaid hearing Monday, Senator Brice Wiggins, author of the Medicaid bill SB 2836, offered a committee substitute to the legislation. The committee substitute...

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