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Trump to the ‘Sip – appearing in Tupelo on 11/1

The Daily Journal is reporting that President Donald Trump will be in Tupelo on November 1 to appear for Republican Lt. Governor Tate Reeves. ...

The votes are in, see who is headed to the November ballot and who...

Tuesday, June 5, was the Mississippi primary for one U.S. Senate Seat and two House seats. Here are the results: U.S. Senate  In the Democratic primary...

Wicker confirms he was victim to apparent Ponzi scheme

According to the New York Times and Associated Press, Senator Roger Wicker confirmed he did lose money to the scheme when he thought he...

MDOT out from under State Personnel Board could mean better salaries, but fewer workers

One bill in the House, HB355, could remove the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) from under the State Personnel Board. A request author for...

BIPEC releases 2018 Legislator Scorecard – How did your legislators do?

BIPEC (Business and Industry Political Education Committee) has released its Legislator “Business & Jobs” Report Card for the 2018 legislative session.  The BIPEC Report...

Quarterly campaign finance reports are in for #MS03 candidates

In the all important fund-raising watch for the competitive Third Congressional District races, the reports required on April 15th for those showing over $5,000...

Bond Commission votes to access $50 million for immediate infrastructure needs

Gov. Phil Bryant and the Mississippi Bond Commission voted this afternoon allow short term borrowing of the $50 million bond bill, for immediate infrastructure...

House and Senate pass HeartBeat bills out of Committee

An unexpected turn of events late Tuesday, the Senate Public Health Committee passed SB 2116 and moments later the House Public Health Committee passed...

Daylight Saving, all year round! #billoftheday

It's not the first time the Mississippi Legislature has seen a this bill. Authored by Senator Jolly, SB 2004 would allow for Mississippi to...

Foster launches video announcing gubernatorial run

Freshman Republican representative Robert Foster has officially announced his run for Governor. "I'm a public school graduate, I'm a farmer and I'm running for Governor,"...

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