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MSGOP rules against Parker candidacy in southern district PSC Race

The Mississippi Republican Party has ruled that Perry Parker of Seminary is not eligible to run for the Public Service Commissioner Southern District Commissioner...

OP-ED: Mississippi Voters Support Donor Privacy Bill on Governor’s Desk

A bill that would protect the personal privacy of individuals who donate to nonprofit charities awaits the signature of Gov. Phil Bryant this week. Authored...

Congressman Guest Welcomes Home Army National Guard

Yesterday, Congressman Michael Guest (MS-03) greeted troops of the 155th Brigade Combat Team of the Mississippi Army National Guard as they returned home to...

Governor Bryant signs Heartbeat bill into law

Governor Phil Bryant signed SB 2116, the Heartbeat Bill, on Thursday at the Mississippi state Capitol. That officially declares the bill as law. "We are...

Houston, we have another problem – $710 ransom charged for Jim Hood’s data

Mississippi Democrat gubernatorial candidate Jim Hood continues to erect roadblocks to providing answers about the state-funded hometown office that he claims as his principal...

Sine Die before April Fools + What’s left for the 2019 Legislative Session

It's no secret lawmakers have worked very quickly during the 2019 Legislative Session. The original schedule put Sine Die at April 7, but it...

SALTER: Wicker’s politically unpopular vote to maintain separation of powers was the right one

By: Sid Salter The social media hysteria, threats of political retribution, and withering criticism of Mississippi senior U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker’s vote in favor of...

Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves makes statement on passage of abortion bill

Tuesday, the Senate moved to concur on SB 2116, their version of the Heartbeat bills after it was sent back from the House. Lt. Gov....

Governor Bryant issues first veto of the 2019 Legislative Session

Governor Phil Bryant has vetoed his first bill of the year. On Monday, House Bill 576, was vetoed instead of signed and going into...

Maxwell files complaint with MSGOP regarding Perry Parker’s residency qualification for Southern District PSC

Dane Maxwell, a Republican candidate for Southern District Public Service Commissioner, has filed a complaint with the Mississippi Republican Party regarding the candidacy of...

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