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Bill of the Day: Allow MDOC documents to serve as drivers license

Often times when an inmate is released from prison, they lack certain documents that would make their transition go smoother. Those documents include drivers...

Bills to watch for the 2020 Legislative Session

Hoping to keep up with what is happening at the State Capitol this year? Look no further than the Y'all Politics bills to watch...

Bill of the Day: Just another golf cart bill

Every year Representatives and Senators take on a few bills that authorize for people to drive their golf carts on some city roads. This...

Could limiting the number of cases a parole officer handles improve criminal justice system?

The Senate Judiciary B Committee has already passed a piece of legislation authored by Sen. Angela Hill which would effectively limit the number of...

 ST Engineering Halter Marine and Offshore creating 100 jobs, investing $10 million at Pascagoula...

Ship maintenance and repair company ST Engineering Halter Marine and Offshore, Inc., is expanding in Pascagoula. The project is a $10 million corporate investment...

State Rep. Anderson seeks “meaningful sex education” in Mississippi schools

State Rep. Jeramey Anderson is filing a bill that brings “meaningful sex education to Mississippi’s schools.” The Democrat’s bill, not yet assigned a House Bill...

Bill of the Day: Sheriffs and Deputies to have radar guns

Let's be honest, everyone has pushed the speed limit a time or two. Sometimes even more so in the county because Sheriff's and Deputy...

Mississippi Legislative Black Caucus Presents 2020 Agenda

The Mississippi Legislative Black Caucus (MLBC) presented their policy agenda for 2020 on Wednesday. The caucus’ purpose is for the “advancement, and when necessary,...

Clergy for Prison Reform urge lawmakers to pass corrections reform bills

As lawmakers decide what to do with the struggling corrections system, members from the Clergy for Prison Reform organization met at the Capitol on...

Governor Tate Reeves Sets Special Election for House District 88

Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced that a special election will be held on April 21 to fill the vacancy in House District 88. The qualifying...

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