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25 Republican Lieutenant Governors Voice Support for United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement Following Meeting at White...

Following a meeting Wednesday with the nation’s Lieutenant Governors at the White House regarding the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), the Republican Lieutenant Governors Association...

UPDATE: Teachers to receive $1,500 pay raise from Legislature

UPDATE Thursday 28, 11:30 a.m.:  Literally less than an hour after the Senate passed the Conference Report on SB 2770, the House followed suit. Similar to...

Mississippi Legislature becomes 15th to adopt Convention of States resolution

Today the Mississippi House of Representatives followed suit with their Senate counterparts and passed Senate Concurrent Resolution 596 by a vote of 69-49. The...

UPDATED: House also passes court mandated SD 22 redistricting resolution filed in the last...

UPDATED:  On Wednesday the House passed the Senate's Joint Resolution 202, but not without an attempt to change it. The bill would change the lines of...

Wicker Leads Hearing on “Blue Economy”

Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant Testifies Before Senate Commerce Committee U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, today...

Hyde-Smith: Democrats duck chance to advance radical ‘Green New Deal’

U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today called the “Green New Deal,” a Democratic proposal to radically remake the American economy and society, an impractical...

Wicker Votes Against ‘Green New Deal’

Miss. Senator Opposes $93 Trillion, Socialist-Inspired Plan U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., today voted against S.J. Res. 8, the “Green New Deal.” The plan, introduced...

Governor Bryant set to testify tomorrow in front of Senate Commerce on the “Blue...

On Wednesday, Governor Phil Bryant will participate as a witness in a hearing titled "Our Blue Economy: Successes and Opportunities"  The hearing will examine stakeholder...

Baker Vows to Continue School Safety Push

Touting his success this year authoring and leading passage of historic school safety legislation, Mississippi Attorney General candidate Mark Baker committed to making school...

BREAKING – Perry Parker will not challenge MSGOP ruling on residency

Perry Parker has released the following statement regarding the MSGOP executive committee decision to not certify him as a primary candidate in the Southern...

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