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Teacher pay raise bill passes the Senate

The state Senate today passed a pay hike for teachers, teacher assistants, librarians, and counselors. More than 35,000 educators would see another $1,000 if...

Heartbeat bills pass respective chambers

The Senate and House passed their individual "heartbeat" bills on Wednesday. The bills in both chambers would essentially ban abortions after a heartbeat is...

Clarion Ledger reporting that former Chief Justice Waller to join race for Governor’s seat...

Former Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr. will run for Governor, sources close to his campaign have told the Clarion-Ledger. Waller Jr. served on the State...

Auditor Uncovers One of the Largest Embezzlement Schemes in Past Decade

Former Bay Springs City Clerk stole $300,000 after being tricked by international scammers Today State Auditor Shad White issued a demand to former Bay Springs...

Providing more rights to victims in the juvenile justice system #billoftheday

Today's bill of the day is a Constitutional Amendment that would allow for changes to the Mississippi Constitution of 1890 to ensure rights to...

ESA program extension bill faces February 14th deadline

Senate Bill 2675, which initially would expand the Education Scholarship Account (ESA), is on the Senate calendar and must be brought up before the...

PERS board votes on provisions for retired public employees who are elected to Legislature

The PERS Board met on Tuesday to address a rule that currently prevents any retired public employees from serving in the Legislature and collecting...

AG Sends More than $17.6 Million to State General Fund

Attorney General Jim Hood delivered a $17,658,336.29 check to the Mississippi Legislature Tuesday that included settlement monies recently collected. The settlements include five of the...

CONSUMER ALERT: AG Hood Warns State Workers of Paycheck Scam

Attorney General Jim Hood is warning employees of the State of Mississippi that scammers are targeting them in attempt to reroute direct deposits of...

Cremation on hold till medical examiner signs off #billoftheday

This bill of the day would prohibit any cremations until the county medical examiner signs off on the action. HB 706 authored by Rep. Oliver...

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