Mississippi ACLU head Jennifer Riley Collins announces run for Attorney General

Jennifer Riley-Collins, current leader of the Mississippi ACLU and formerly on staff with the Southern Poverty Law Center, has announced plans to run for...

Clarion Ledger reporting that former Chief Justice Waller to join race for Governor’s seat...

Former Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr. will run for Governor, sources close to his campaign have told the Clarion-Ledger. Waller Jr. served on the State...

Mississippi Democrats plan of not releasing candidates could backfire bigtime

In just a little over two weeks, we will find out the results of the long held secret by the handful of Democrats running...

New bill advances to reduce landowner liability from frivolous lawsuits

The running joke in the Mississippi Capitol right now is that you can't swing a dead cat right now without hitting a trial lawyer. ...

VIDEO: New Group Aims to Protect Fairness and Stability in Mississippi’s Courts

The newly formed Mississippi Civil Justice Alliance (MCJA) will act as a watchdog for fairness and stability in the Mississippi judiciary. The MCJA is...

Reeves announces $6.7M cash-on-hand for gubernatorial run

Lt. Governor Tate Reeves has just announced on Twitter that he has $6.7 million dollars available for his campaign for the Governor of Mississippi. ...

Law Enforcement civil administrative forfeiture bill has conservatives on both sides

Civil Administrative Forfeiture law had been on the books since the ’80s. It allowed law enforcement agencies to seize property with a value of...

Public Service Commissioner Sam Britton announces run for Secretary of State

Current Southern District Public Service Commissioner Sam Britton made waves at the State Capitol on Monday.  After flirting with running for an already crowded...

Snyder puts to rests unfounded rumors of Medicaid expansion

Wednesday at the Capitol, the House Medicaid committee was addressed by Executive Director of Medicaid, Drew Snyder. The meeting was intended to give a...

She’s not a prostitute, she’s just a child; House human trafficking bill passes committee

In just one year three task forces across the state of Mississippi have pursued investigations resulting in nearly a dozen human trafficking charges, more...

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