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Bloomberg hoping black voters in Mississippi have a short memory

A steady stream of comments made by Democrat presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg about targeted policing in minority communities, redlining impacts on the financial crisis...

If Mississippi is going to deregulate wine sales, let’s do it all the way

I like wine.  A lot.  I’m fortunate to really enjoy it in a generally healthy way, which I don’t take for granted.  But I...

Trump’s play for black voters has major implications in Mississippi

For the last half century, Democrats nationally have featured a coalition of working class voters, union members, and racial and ethnic minorities.  Democrats seek...

Auditor White: Tip from former Gov. Phil Bryant led to DHS investigation

Last week State Auditor Shad White did not reveal the whistleblower's name that led authorities to investigate the Mississippi Department of Human Services, saying...

CORDER: Reeves squarely facing some big issues out of the gate

January was a tough year, but we made it. That sums up Tate Reeves' first few weeks in office as Governor of Mississippi. Hours after being...

Mike Espy refuses to commit on impeachment vote; Wicker & Hyde-Smith to vote to...

The impeachment trial in the United States Senate is now over, with a majority of Senators likely to vote today to acquit President Donald...

Impeachment lines clearly drawn in Mississippi

Both Mississippi Senators Roger Wicker and Cindy Hyde-Smith voted on Friday to not subpoena witnesses or compel further documents in the Impeachment trial of...

Senator Hyde-Smith calls impeachment hearings a ‘great American tragedy’

Mississippi U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith took time to talk with Y'all Politics about the ongoing impeachment trial of President Donald Trump in the U.S....

LIVE: Governor Tate Reeves gives first State of the State Address

Governor Tate Reeves gives his first ever State of the State address on the South steps of the Mississippi State Capitol, Monday January 27....

CORDER: Fiscal, Political Realities Align Against Medicaid Expansion in Mississippi

Barring significant financial or political changes in the State of Mississippi, Medicaid Expansion in the Magnolia State is unlikely any time soon. Under the Affordable...

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