Bill of the Day: Back to Business loan expenses to be deducted from income...

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This bill of the day could give businesses a much needed break, after 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic struck. House Bill 1446 would allow for...

Bill of the Day: Citizens for Economic Development Act

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A bill originating in the Senate would give local municipalities or counties the ability to impose a special sales tax on all already taxed...

Bill of the Day: Tearing down of “slum” buildings in Jackson Capitol Comples

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Representative Ronnie Crudup (D-71), has authored a bill that would authorize the demolition of "slum and blighted properties" that are located within the Capitol...

Bill of the Day: mFlex tax incentive for businesses and industries

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On Thursday, the Mississippi Senate passed a bill to create the "Mississippi Flexible Tax Incentive Act," or mFlex. This act would allow for businesses...

Bill of the Day: Disclosing gubernatorial inauguration funding, would retroactively impact Governor Reeves

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The Mississippi House of Representatives has passed a bill that would require governors to disclose who and how much is spent on inaugurations. This...

Bill of the Day: Prohibit cities and counties from restricting concealed carry

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A bill authored in the House would prevent any city or county from prohibiting or restricting the concealed carry of a firearm by an...

Bill of the Day: TANF beneficiaries could see an increase in monthly amount

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A bill that originated in the Senate and has already moved through committee and passed on the floor is now set to be transmitted...

Bill of the Day: Preserving Mississippi’s historic sites

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A bill offered by Senator Hopson would create the Mississippi Historic Site Preservation Fund and would ensure Mississippi's historic locations remain that way for...

Bill of the Day: Guntown and golf carts

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It's no surprise to see a bill show up during session to allow the use of golf carts on public roads. SB 2288, authored...

Bill of the Day: College athletes could get paid for their participation in advertising

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Ever wonder if college athletes get paid for all of the advertising they participate in when playing sports for a Mississippi University? A bill...

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