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Bridge Act passes in the House moving infrastructure plans forward

The House keeps the recent Bridge Act alive by passing it on Thursday. The BRIDGE Act is Senate Bill 3046. “I appreciate the House for keeping...

Democrat State Rep. Jay Hughes announces 2019 run for Lt. Governor

State Rep. Jay Hughes, an outspoken Democrat from HD-12, announced this morning on the Paul Gallo Show on SuperTalk Radio that he would be...

Sun Herald preview of #msleg

Can we have better schools, better roads and BP money? The next 90 days will tell And, the Lieutenant Governor’s Office said he still backs...

Polling, polling, polling – Wicker +20 over hypothetical challenger #mssen

A new poll was published Wednesday by Louisiana based JMC Analytics and Polling.  They looked at several issues including the upcoming Senate race, which...

Governor says special session hangs on infrastructure plan agreement

After the 2018 Legislative Session, lawmakers walked away from the Capitol with no agreement for a long term plan on infrastructure. While $50 million...

MADA endorses Cindy Hyde-Smith for U.S. Senate

The Mississippi Automobile Dealers Association has endorsed Cindy Hyde-Smith for U.S. Senate. "Our association is supporting Sen. Hyde-Smith because she understands the critical role franchise...

Wicker, Hyde-Smith, & Harper Welcome Raytheon Development Plans

Defense Manufacturer to Construct 50,000 Square Foot Radar Development Facility in Forest U.S. Senators Roger Wicker, R-Miss. and Cindy Hyde-Smith, R-Miss., and Congressman Gregg Harper,...

Reeves at Neshoba: Praises tax cuts and Guest for Congress, stands up to liberals...

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Zuyrnn4Gpw&feature=youtu.be During his 16th run at the Neshoba County Fair, Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves praised tax cuts, endorsed Michael Guest for Congress, stood up to...

Ranking Member Thompson Visits South Texas Border Facilities

Today, Rep. Bennie G. Thompson (D-MS), Ranking Member of the Committee on Homeland Security, released the following statement after visiting border facilities near Brownsville...

Mississippi makes history with the state’s first black Higher Education Commissioner

The first-ever African American has been named to oversee Mississippi’s eight public universities. According to the Associated Press, the state College Board announced Friday that...

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