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With Sec. Watson’s SIP Plan DOA, Rep. Busby seeks driver services reforms

Secretary of State Michael Watson announced earlier this month that State Sen. David Parker and Rep. Lee Yancey were drafting legislation that would transfer...

McRae Holds Local Office Hours for Unclaimed Property, Identifies More Than $165k in Lauderdale...

This week, State Treasurer David McRae held local office hours in Meridian, Mississippi. In just five hours, Treasury’s team identified more than $165,000 in...

Mississippi could ban internet porn

The Mississippi House of Representatives is taking on the porn industry during the 2020 Session with a bill that would ban any internet content...

Would Mississippi medical weed be taxed?

Mississippi does not tax prescription drugs. In fact, a statement from the Mississippi Department of Revenue requested today by Y’all Politics noted, “Mississippi sales tax...

HILL: Legislation in 2020 Session aims to hold insurers accountable and increase access to...

It’s time to hold insurers accountable. The state legislature can increase access to top-notch cancer care.   By Senator Angela Burks Hill  A cancer diagnosis is...

Bill of the Day: Require ammunition to have a unique identifying mark

Determining the type of bullet found at the scene of crime has become relatively simple thanks to modern day technology. However, this bill would...

Governor Tate Reeves makes major announcements regarding Unit 29 and Metro area flooding

Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced a major prisoner transfer from the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman’s infamous Unit 29. He announced that the last...

Attorney General Fitch Shares Consumer Protection Tips in Wake of Floods

Attorney General Lynn Fitch is urging those affected by the flooding of the Pearl River to be mindful of those who might try to...

More than 7,000 flood insurance policies in affect in flooded areas

The Mississippi Insurance Department (MID) continues to assist neighbors who have experienced flooding from the Pearl River. If you have an insurance related question,...

House Education Chairman Bennett likely to kill bills adverse to homeschool families

Three bills filed in the Mississippi House raised concerns among homeschool families this week, but according to State Rep. Dan Eubanks (R-HD 25) there...

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