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Wicker Asks Constituents for Feedback on Wireless Coverage Map

Miss. Senator Has ‘Serious Concerns’ Over FCC Map That Will Determine Allocation of $4.53B in Rural Broadband Funding U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., today asked...

House stays firm on death of infrastructure bill

After the Joint Legislative Budget Committee met on Friday, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves stepped aside to meet with the press and answer a few...

Gun Bill, HB 1083, dies on deadline day

On Thursday HB 1083, the Gun bill, died on the concur or not concur deadline. The bill was skipped over by Judiciary B chairman...

BIPEC hosts Forum to meet the candidates for the Third District Congressional race

On Tuesday, BIPEC hosted a forum in Jackson with all of the Republican candidates for the Third District Congressional race. Those invited included: Sally Doty,...

AG Hood urges Congress to reject legislation to block state oversight of student loan...

Attorney General Jim Hood joined a bipartisan group today of 30 attorneys general in sending a letter to Congress, urging them to reject legislation...

Senate passes controversial House abortion bill

HB 1510 was brought up on the Senate floor just a day before the General bill deadline. The bill threw a wrench in the...

Public Service Commission launches new Hire Mississippi program

It's the first of it's kind created by a Public Service Commission and it's aim is to help Mississippi businesses, large and small, get...

VIDEO: Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall calls Bridge Act bill a “hoax”

Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall has been quite vocal about his disagreement with SB 3046 since it was presented to legislators only a...

Abortion bill clears Senate committee

A bill that would prohibit abortions after 15 weeks passed through the Senate on Tuesday. RELATED: VIDEO: Abortion debate on House Floor on bill that...

Clarity for Dept. of Corrections contracts could come from this #billoftheday

HB 1127 has been sent to the Senate and would clarify requirements for contracts between the department and private correctional facilities. It was authored...

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