Trump, Bryant, Thompson, Wicker and Hyde-Smith all played big roles in Evers monument designation

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Despite the social media histrionics of the last 72 hours in the wake of President Trump’s signature on a bill that designates the Medgar...

Special Election Results: Districts 31, 71, and 101

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Special elections were held in three districts this week for Mississippi House seats. The candidates in each district had to run as independents, despite their...

AFP-MS: Senate Does Well to Support Second Chances

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  Grassroots group applauds senators for passing landmark reform Americans for Prosperity-Mississippi (AFP-MS) applauded the Senate for passing HB 1352, the Criminal Justice Reform Act. The...

Gov. Phil Bryant announces GOMESA projects

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Gov. Phil Bryant announced today six projects totaling more than $23 million that will be funded through the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act...

March 14 Proclaimed as Agriculture Day in State of Mississippi

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Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson was joined by Mississippi Farm Bureau Federation President Mike McCormick, Mississippi Senate Agriculture Chairman Billy Hudson and...

Senate passes Criminal Justice Reform Bill

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Today the Mississippi Senate passed HB 1352, the Criminal Justice Reform Act. The bill includes provisions that will expand drug courts in Mississippi and...

A dispute between one lawmaker and DPS raises questions on ‘what is public record?’

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DPS spends $18,000 and counting to fight $200 ethics fine over records flap with lawmaker The disagreement began when Representative Joel Bomgar sent an email...

Op-Ed: Kids with autism will suffer without ESA or adequate options for therapy

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Sitting on a desk in Rankin County is the one hope a mother had for one of her twin daughters. It’s an Education Scholarship...

Auditor’s Office Returned Over $50,000 to Taxpayers Last Month

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Today State Auditor Shad White announced his office returned $52,780.09 to Mississippi taxpayers last month after investigations by the Mississippi Office of the State...

Party lines crossed on passage of teacher pay raise amendment of $4,000

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On Monday the Mississippi House of Representatives passed the Teacher Pay Raise bill, SB 2770, but not before approving an amendment offered by Representative...

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