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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...

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,"...

Mississippi’s Counties, Municipalities Commit to Participating in First Phase of 2020 Census

Mississippi and other states across the Nation are entering the first major phase of the 2020 Census:  comparing local address information received from states,...

Gov. Phil Bryant Appoints Mississippi Lottery Corporation Board of Directors

Gov. Phil Bryant appointed five members today to the Mississippi Lottery Corporation Board of Directors. The members include Dr. Cass Pennington, Philip A. Chamblee,...

Wicker, Cochran Confident In Mississippians Selected For Farm Service Agency State Committee

WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and Thad Cochran, R-Miss., today applauded the Trump administration’s choice of five Mississippians to serve on the...

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...

Cocooning – A look at the MS Senate special election 30 days out

Four weeks from today, Americans will go to the polls in the mid-term elections. Mississippi has two US Senate seats on the ballot.  The regularly...

The surprising link between Mississippi seafood, timber & U.S. National Security and how Cochran...

By: Allison Ross, Yellowhammer There are plenty of areas of debate over exactly how and where the U.S. should spend its foreign aid dollars. But...

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...

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