Senator Michael Watson announces run for Secretary of State

During an appearance on the Paul Gallo show hosted by Kipp Gregory, Senator Michael Watson announced that he will be running for the office...

Governor Phil Bryant Announces Appointments to the College Board

Gov. Phil Bryant announced today he has made four appointments to the Board of Trustees of the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning. Dr. Steven Cunningham,...

Lt. Governor talks Mississippi progress at first Stennis Luncheon of Session

Lt. Governor Tate Reeves addressed individuals present for the first annual Stennis Luncheon of the 2019 Legislative Session. He began with sharing a New Year's...

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...

Speaker Gunn on 2019 agenda items, says legislation to stop human trafficking at top...

Speaker of the House Philip Gunn met with reporters in the House Chamber on Monday to talk about top agenda items for the House...

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann bringing in high approval rate according to survey

The recent Millsaps College-Chism Strategies State of the State Survey asked Mississippians how they feel about policies, politicians, and the most important items on...

She’s not a prostitute, she’s just a child; House human trafficking bill passes committee

In just one year three task forces across the state of Mississippi have pursued investigations resulting in nearly a dozen human trafficking charges, more...

General Bill Deadline Day is over and done, here’s what survived

HOUSE: SB 2675 – This bill would provide that the Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services be under the umbrella of the Mississippi Department of...

Would a smaller Legislative body be better? #billoftheday

Today's bill of the day recommends that the Legislature be reduced in size, beginning with the 2023 statewide general election. SB 2010 was authored by...

National and state black unemployment at historic lows, but gets no coverage

The current media narrative in Mississippi is completely preoccupied with how poor our economy is doing.  The only measure of economic success appears to...

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