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Sen. Sally Doty emphasizes conservative platform in Congressional race

In the Senate, Doty is chair of the Senate Energy Committee and serves on the Judiciary-A committee. She is currently in her second term...

VIDEO: Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves unveils more than $1 billion infrastructure plan

BRIDGE Act provides funding for city, county, state projects WATCH THE PRESS CONFERENCE: Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves today announced a more than $1 billion plan to...

VIDEO Weekly Wrap Up: lawmakers begin making a dent in appropriations bills

It's your Weekly Wrap Up for the 2018 legislative session. It was a light week as lawmakers started making a dent in appropriations bills...

Two #msleg bills look to check power of AG to sue first and deal...

by Alan Lange A  push to reign in an out of control Attorney General is winding its way through the Mississippi Legislature with a head...

Here’s what the MDE budget looks like so far #billoftheday

Want to know what the Mississippi Department of Education is looking like as of now? HB 1592 was passed in the House but tabled...

MAEP Final Estimate Calculation from MDE Passes OSA Review

Today, State Auditor Stacey Pickering released his review of the final estimate calculation of the Mississippi Adequate Education Program (MAEP) for FY 2019, which...

Trooper training class bill still alive in the House #billoftheday

HB 283 authored by Rep. Miles would appropriate funds to the Department of Public Safety and the Division of the Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol...

Richardson Molding Grows in Philadelphia, Miss., Creates 53 Jobs

Richardson Molding is expanding in Philadelphia, Miss., to accommodate a significant increase in product demand. The project is a $5.256 million investment and creates...

Lawmakers start on Appropriations bills after general bill deadline, where is the money going.

Budgest for Fiscal Year 2019 are beginning to be made as lawmakers work through several appropriations bills. Here are a few highly talked about...

SPLC lawsuit to disenfranchise youth and parents seeking school choice tossed

Hinds County Chancery Judge Dewayne Thomas has ruled to uphold Mississippi’s charter school law after the statue was challenged. Memorandum Granting Summary Judgment in MS...

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