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Democrats and Republicans work together on Coast for BP plan

Democrats and Republicans working together? Here’s why that’s happening in Harrison County “The pressing issue that has united our two committees in a completely nonpartisan...

Mississippi Arts Commission back at the Capital to talk funding #msleg

It was just last year that legislation, SB2611, was submitted to dissolve the Mississippi Arts Commission, transferring the agencies responsibilities to the Mississippi Development...

Who makes the call if a body must be moved from one cemetery to...

In the event a body must be moved from a cemetery and relocated, or an autopsy is requested, who can makes that decision? A...

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann bringing in high approval rate according to survey

The recent Millsaps College-Chism Strategies State of the State Survey asked Mississippians how they feel about policies, politicians, and the most important items on...

2018 State of the State Address by Gov. @PhilBryantMS

On Tuesday, January 9 2018 Governor Phil Bryant made his 7th State of the State Address to a joint session of Senators and Representatives...

SNEAK PREVIEW: Video interview with Gov. @PhilBryantMS on State of the State Address happening...

Today the Governor of Mississippi Phil Bryant will make his 7th State of the State Address at the Mississippi State Capitol. Earlier, Y'all Politic's Sarah...

A possible statewide run in the future for Northern Rep. Hughes

Freshman Hughes could try to run statewide despite odds Speaker Philip Gunn, R-Clinton, saw Rep. Jay Hughes D-Oxford, at the end of a recent session...

Is the minimum wage in Mississippi too low? One bill would raise it over...

Right now minimum wage for the state sits at $7.25. A bill in the House could raise it all the way to $8.25. Rep....

YP Daily Roundup 1/9/18

WTOK - Speaker Pro Tem Rep. Snowden, Rep. Young discuss Mississippi lottery, Governor's SOTS Address Northern PSC Presley eyes utility rate reductions due to Trump...

Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves attempts to change narrative on budget and economy

Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves was the speaker for the first luncheon of the year hosted by the Stennis Institute. He touched on a myriad...

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