Congressman Michael Guest talks first 100 days in Congress

On a recent Congressional recess, Y'all Politics sat down with freshman Congressman Michael Guest to talk about his first 100 days in the nation's...

Workforce development gaining traction among business leaders and lawmakers

When it comes to workforce development, the state of Mississippi is utilizing multiple resources in order to create a more transparent and coordinated program...

Governor Phil Bryant calls the 2019 Legislative Session “overall amazing”

Governor Phil Bryant spoke with Y'all Politics on Friday about how he felt the 2019 Legislative session went and in his words, "it was...

Lt. Governor Tate Reeves says “I will,” when Jim Hood “won’t”

On Monday at Climate Masters in Pearl, the Reeves family business, Lt. Governor Tate Reeves kicked off his 2019 campaign for Governor. Reeves began by...

Andy Taggart brings public and private sector experience to his run for Attorney General

Andy Taggart, a long time Mississippi attorney, has announced his run for Attorney General. In his interview with Y'all Politics, Taggart talks about his...

Improving public education – the top priority for Lt. Governor candidate Jay Hughes

Representative Jay Hughes, a Democrat representing Lafayette County, has now decided to run for Lieutenant Governor in the 2019 election cycle. He was originally...

Sine Die comes early for the 2019 Mississippi Legislative session

The Mississippi Legislature gaveled in and out for the final time during the 2019 legislative session on March 29, 2019. This is 9 days...

UPDATE: Teachers to receive $1,500 pay raise from Legislature

UPDATE Thursday 28, 11:30 a.m.:  Literally less than an hour after the Senate passed the Conference Report on SB 2770, the House followed suit. Similar to...

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,...

Party lines crossed on passage of teacher pay raise amendment of $4,000

On Monday the Mississippi House of Representatives passed the Teacher Pay Raise bill, SB 2770, but not before approving an amendment offered by Representative...

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