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Bill to extend the life of ESA program dies without a vote

SB 2675, which would have extended the repealer of the Education Scholarship Account to 2024, died without receiving a vote in the House Education...

Board Owes Over $500,000 to Property Owners in North Mississippi

Today at a press conference State Auditor Shad White announced he has issued demand letters to each current member of the Town Creek Master...

Robert Shuler Smith’s run for governor – stopping Jim Hood, marijuana legalization and moving...

From a converted community grocery store on Valley Street near Medgar Evers home in downtown Jackson that now serves as a family office, Hinds...

Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Waller has voting history in last three statewide Democrat primaries

Even as he was contemplating a run for governor, there were questions about retired Mississippi Supreme Court Justice Bill Waller Jr.’s party leanings. Political...

White House disputes characterization of recent comments by Chris McDaniel

Senior White House officials are pushing back on what they’re characterizing as a messaging overreach by state Senator Chris McDaniel. In recent weeks while publicly...

Chris McDaniel announces run for re-election in his state senate district

Senator Chris McDaniel has announced he will not run for a statewide office.  Instead he will be seeking re-election in his own district. He made...

AG Hood Announces Relief Program in Wells Fargo Settlement

Mississippians who have not yet been made whole through existing remediation programs from theDecember 2018 Wells Fargo settlement can now seek to have their...

OPINION: Higher cigarette tax means a stronger workforce

By: Tina Lakey Mississippi is our home. For me, it is where I grew up and reared a family. It’s also where I have worked...

Houston, we have a problem – taxpayers spending over $100,000 for hometown office perk...

While campaigning to be the next governor of Mississippi, Jim Hood champions transparency as a right of average voters to better understand state government. However,...

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