It isn’t #msleg if there isn’t an argument about guns

Today members of the House passed HB 1083 on a vote of 80 to 29. According to Rep. Andy Gipson who authored the bill,...

“We are looking for a fight,” Announcement delayed on @SenatorMcDaniels intention to enter the...

Tonight viewers tuned in around 6:00 on Facebook Live, expecting to hear Sen. Chris McDaniel confirm or deny whether he would enter the U.S....

FLASH – Former Sen. Rick Santorum endorses Roger Wicker #mssen

Rick Santorum on Facebook this morning endorsed Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker via Twitter. https://twitter.com/RickSantorum/status/966696203873411073 This is in spite of having endorsed State Senator Chris McDaniel in...

UPDATE: Conference deadline over, filed bills head to the floor

This weekend is Conference weekend at the Mississippi State Capitol. This is the time that appropriations, finance, and general bills are finalized, dotted lines...

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...

Are two flags better than one? #msleg

This could be the year Mississippi lawmakers take a stand on the state flag A bill filed by Rep. Greg Snowden, speaker pro tem of...

Auditor Stacey Pickering studies return on economic development programs

On Wednesday, April 4, the Mississippi Office of the State Auditor (OSA) Performance Division released a report focused on failed economic development programs. In...

YP Daily Roundup 1/5/18

https://twitter.com/SarahUlmerYP/status/949294471883247616 CLARION LEDGER - Who could replace Gregg Harper in Congress? Rep. Mark Baker Sen. Sally Doty Rep. Michael Evans Treasurer Lynn Fitch Gerard Gibert ...

Daily Journal – 2018 session begins with same issues as 2017

2018 session begins with same issues as 2017 The issues confronting members of the Mississippi Legislature during the 2018 session, which starts at noon today,...

Governor vetos “well intentioned” child abuse bill

Gov. Phil Bryant has chosen to veto a bill that would require Child Protection Services to notify any applicable military installation family advocacy program...

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