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Features | Mississippi Politics and News - Y'all Politics | Page 146

Lyn and Me

Erik Fleming will challenge Trent Lott for the U.S. Senate. So why won't the Mississippi Democratic Party endorse him? Simple: Fleming is radioactive.

Attack of the Republicrats

Is Amy Tuck preparing to switch parties - again - in preparation for a run at the governor's mansion?

I’m Packing But I’m Not Moving: Charlie Ross and the Castle Doctrine

Mississippi is poised to follow Florida's lead in broadening the rights of citizens to defend themselves.

Who’s Next?

The Republican race to be Mississippi's next Lieutenant Governor is down to two men: State Senator Charlie Ross and State Auditor Phil Bryant.

Tuckered Out

Term limits will soon bring Amy Tuck's run as Lieutenant Governor to an end. In normal times, a popular Governor's superb performance under pressure would simplify the next election's game of musical chairs. But these are not normal times.

Body Building

How a growing coalition of conservatives - Republican and Democrat - are poised to control Mississippi's legislative agenda.

The Dead Zone

As the bodies of Hurricane Katrina victims stack up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast, red tape is preventing a leading funeral home in Jackson from complying with families' cremation requests.

Musical Chairs

Ronnie Shows for lieutenant governor? Jim Hood for governor? Brace yourselves, Mississippians. The next couple of years will be anything but boring.

Mock the Vote

Absentee ballot fraud in South Mississippi could be remedied by simple voter identification. So who's resisting the change, and why?

Whose Money Is It Anyway?

$20 million a year in tobacco settlement money pits the governor and the legislature against the lieutenant governor and the attorney general. So just who does control Mississippi's purse strings?

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