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Reflections on the 2018 special session

Having waited a few days to see how the media would handle the aftermath and analysis of the 2018 Special Election, I wasn't very...

PAC behind “#NeverTrump” effort commissions poll which says McDaniel still badly trails #mssen

Most Mississippians though the spectre of campaign goofiness in 2014 was gone.  Wrong. Rick Shaftan of Atlantic Media and Research was recently commissioned by the...

Money could head to the Dept. of Health to fight breast and cervical cancer...

A bill still alive in the house would appropriate more funds directly to the Mississippi State Department of Health for the purpose of supporting...

Gov. Phil Bryant signs BP Oil Spill legislation into law

I signed the BP Oil Spill settlement legislation into law today on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. I thank @tatereeves & @PhilipGunnMS for their leadership...

Mississippi has another month of revenue above budget estimates

Today, the Legislative Budget Office released revenue numbers for the month of February. Fiscal YTD revenue was $34.4 million over FY 2019 estimates and for...

Philip Gunn at Neshoba: The direction of the Democratic party is fatal to America

The Speaker of the House spent the majority of his time warning those in attendance of the dangers of a future with the Democratic...

Will Chris McDaniel see his shadow? 4 more weeks of cowering from the fight...

by Alan Lange It’s Groundhog Day and the question is, will Chris McDaniel see his shadow and give us four more weeks of evasion on...

Charter schools on the slow rise in Mississippi

Since 1992, charter schools have been developing around the country in an effort to give parents additional choices for their child’s education. Charter schools...

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...

VIDEO: Weekly Wrap Up 2/2; Deadline day, Medicaid repealers, and Abortion bills

Here's your Weekly Wrap Up with Capitol Correspondent Sarah Ulmer. Tuesday was a deadline day with bills surviving and dying in committee. Then on Friday...

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