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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...

In YP exclusive interview, EdBuild founder explains why she thinks new education funding formula...

The House education funding bill has made it's way to the Senate and was reviewed in a hearing on Wednesday. HB 957 would replace...

@SenatorWicker hosts roundtable on workforce development at JSU

The discussion featured U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr, and leading Mississippi innovators, educators, and job creators. Specifically, the discussion was...

Representatives Palazzo and Walz Introduce Bill to Continue Efforts for National Guard & Reserve...

  U.S. Representatives Steven Palazzo (R-MS-04) and Tim Walz (D-MN-01) introduced legislation today to complete the important mission of ensuring equal benefits for members of...

Lawmakers start on Appropriations bills after general bill deadline, where is the money going.

Budgest for Fiscal Year 2019 are beginning to be made as lawmakers work through several appropriations bills. Here are a few highly talked about...

It isn’t #msleg if there isn’t an argument about guns

Today members of the House passed HB 1083 on a vote of 80 to 29. According to Rep. Andy Gipson who authored the bill,...

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