Wicker Names Keast as Commerce Committee Staff Director

Keast Served as Wicker’s First Chief of Staff, Has Strong Mississippi Connections U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., announced today he has selected John P. Keast...

Incumbent Gipson announces candidacy for MS Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce

Incumbent Mississippi Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce has officially announced his candidacy to keep the seat to which he was appointed last year. Gipson was...

Agriculture Commissioner Gipson Submits Comments on Regulation of Cell-Cultured Food Products

Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson, on behalf of the Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce, submitted public comments to the United States...

State Auditor Issues $673,000 Demand Against Estate of Former Wilkinson County Chancery Clerk

State Auditor Shad White has issued a civil demand to the estate of the former Chancery Clerk of Wilkinson County, the late Thomas C....

Representative Robert Foster considers run for Governor

District 28 Representative, Robert Foster (R), took to Facebook over the weekend to announce he is considering a run for Governor in 2019. In the...

Wicker Urges Momentum for 355-Ship Fleet Buildup

Miss. Senator Says Return to Obama-Era Spending Caps Would Be ‘Unthinkable’ & ‘Irresponsible’ U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., Chairman of the Senate Seapower Subcommittee, yesterday...

OPINION: Three Open Legislative Seats Won’t Change Hands

Three Mississippi legislators were elected to judicial posts this year, necessitating special elections for the final year of the legislative term. But none of...

Wicker considers gas tax alternatives, reforms

Future Infrastructure Investment Will Require More Funding U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, R-Miss., participated in a Committee on Environment and Public Works hearing to consider America's...

School Choice: What happens when the choices end

When the parents of the founding scholars chose to send their 5th graders to ReImagine Prep nearly four years ago, they were putting a...

Our analysis of the Mississippi Special Senate Election

Most Mississippians woke up on November 28th thinking, “Whew.  I’m glad that’s over”. Mississippi got a small taste of “big boy” national politics during the...

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