Governor Bryant set to testify tomorrow in front of Senate Commerce on the “Blue...

On Wednesday, Governor Phil Bryant will participate as a witness in a hearing titled "Our Blue Economy: Successes and Opportunities"  The hearing will examine stakeholder...

Court mandated SD 22 redistricting resolution filed in the last days of 2019 Session

On Tuesday afternoon the Senate took up a resolution pertaining to the redistricting of Senate District 22. Joint Resolution, JR 202, was filled by Senator...

Baker Vows to Continue School Safety Push

Touting his success this year authoring and leading passage of historic school safety legislation, Mississippi Attorney General candidate Mark Baker committed to making school...

BREAKING – Perry Parker will not challenge MSGOP ruling on residency

Perry Parker has released the following statement regarding the MSGOP executive committee decision to not certify him as a primary candidate in the Southern...

Don’t bet against Hosemann – “I’m going to be a full time Lt. Governor”

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann is making a change to his political career. He is not running again to serve in his current position,...

Joint Legislative Budget Committee approves Revenue Estimate for 2020

The Joint Legislative Budget Committee met on Monday afternoon to approve the revised revenue estimates for FY2019 and FY2020. The FY2020 sine die estimate...

Miss. Delegation Requests Federal Disaster Declaration in Wake of Devastating Storms and Record Flooding

Mississippi’s congressional delegation, which includes U.S. Senators Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and Cindy Hyde-Smith, R-Miss., and U.S. Representatives Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., Steven Palazzo, R-Miss., Trent...

Mississippi AG joins coalition seeking to protect state lotteries

Attorney General Jim Hood joined a group of 25 attorneys general in expressing concern over a sweeping legal opinion that may negatively impact state-run...

Hyde-Smith fights back on notion of expanding SCOTUS

U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today became an original cosponsor of a constitutional amendment limiting the Supreme Court of the United States to nine...

MSGOP rules against Parker candidacy in southern district PSC Race

The Mississippi Republican Party has ruled that Perry Parker of Seminary is not eligible to run for the Public Service Commissioner Southern District Commissioner...

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