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TAGGART: Back to the Future

By: Andy Taggart A couple of weeks ago, in a piece entitled “Votes Matter,” we looked at the history of Mississippi’s last forty years of...

SALTER: Elections wreak havoc with sensible discussions of education spending, quality

By: Sid Salter After many months of speeches, political ads, TV & radio commercials and social media propaganda, trying to have a serious discussion of...

AFP targets corporate cronyism for Halloween

Americans for Prosperity today presented each member of Congress with a Halloween treat, a horror movie poster urging them to oppose the reauthorization of...

SALTER: After general election, Gunn likely to lead a resurgence of the Mississippi House

By: Sid Salter It was back in April of this year at a Stennis Institute of Government’s Capitol Press Corps luncheon and the topic was...

Federal Agency Confirms that Pearl River Flood Control Project Will Not Jeopardize Species within...

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) today issued a report stating that the proposed Pearl River flood control project in Jackson, Mississippi would...

The Mississippi Powerball® and Mega Millions® Starting January 30

Mark your calendars, Mississippians, for January 30. Powerball® and Mega Millions® will both be available for purchase in Mississippi on that date. “Mississippians will no...

SALTER: Federal lawsuit challenging state constitution makes tight governor’s race even tighter

By: Sid Salter In a recent column, I wrote about the major time in Mississippi history that an obscure Mississippi constitutional relic from the days...

SALTER: Cruz’s opposition to Ozerden’s Fifth Circuit nomination is purely ‘purity’ politics

By: Sid Salter While most people aspire to the assurance that judges are first and foremost fair and unbiased in their rulings, President Donald Trump’s...

SALTER: The 2019 Mississippi gubernatorial election may have echoes from the 1999 campaign

By: Sid Salter With just over six weeks to go before the 2019 general election in Mississippi, there are few Mississippians on either side of...

SALTER: Accuracy of 2020 federal census will determine available federal dollars in Mississippi

By: Sid Salter We’ve spent most of the 2019 Mississippi general election cycle talking about the future of public healthcare and the state’s rural hospitals,...

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