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Meet the Candidates: Howard Sherman #mssen

The June 26 runoff for two Mississippi elections is just around the corner. For the Third District Congressional race there are two Republican candidates...

Michael Watson on run for Secretary of State: “A conservative in action, not just...

Senator Michael Watson is making a run for Secretary of State in 2019. He has since been endorsed by Governor Phil Bryant in the...

Legislative budget hearings set for Monday

The schedule has been set for Legislative budget hearings, and it looks to be packed into one day. Meetings begin on Monday, Sept. 17 at...

Supreme Court rules to allow collection of internet sales tax on more purchases

Today the U.S. Supreme Court ruled to allow the collection of internet sales tax on more online purchases in the case of South Dakota...

Auditor White Returns Over $1.3 Million to Taxpayers in February

State Auditor Shad White’s office returned over $1.3 million back to Mississippi taxpayers last month in stolen or misused funds. Significant amounts were returned...

Video: Secretary of State talks general information before runoff election on Nov. 27

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann preps the public on heading to the polls tomorrow for the runoff election between Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith and Mike...

Lt. Governor Reeves and Skills Foundation announce new tool in spotlighting education needs in...

Today at the  Hinds Community College Career & Technical Center The Lt. Governor Tate Reeves, The Skills Foundation and others joined to announce the new Skills...

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...

What to look for in the 2018 Legislative Session: Medicaid, MAEP, a Lottery and...

Here's what you need to know going into the 2018 Legislative Session: 1. Medicaid “tech” bill What will probably be the most talked about topic of...

VIDEO: AG Hood recaps meeting with General Session and others on internet privacy concerns

Attorney General Jim Hood joined five others in a meeting with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to talk about internet privacy concerns they have...

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