Two #msleg bills look to check power of AG to sue first and deal...

by Alan Lange A  push to reign in an out of control Attorney General is winding its way through the Mississippi Legislature with a head...

SPLC lawsuit to disenfranchise youth and parents seeking school choice tossed

Hinds County Chancery Judge Dewayne Thomas has ruled to uphold Mississippi’s charter school law after the statue was challenged. Memorandum Granting Summary Judgment in MS...

“Flaggers” show their hate and incompetence in Two Museum sidewalk protest

by Alan Lange Over the weekend, there was an incident at the Two Museums (Mississippi History and Civil Rights) where a group of "flaggers" took...

Uproar over gun bill coming from Mississippi universities and SEC

By: Sarah Ulmer In the past week the House of Representatives passed what is teaming up to be quite the controversial bill. Authored by Rep....

New Y’all Politics poll of MS Dems shows Jim Hood is potentially vulnerable in...

Today, Y’all Politics has released the results of one of the largest commissioned surveys of Mississippi Democrats in years. Conducted by Triumph Campaigns, this was...

It isn’t #msleg if there isn’t an argument about guns

Today members of the House passed HB 1083 on a vote of 80 to 29. According to Rep. Andy Gipson who authored the bill,...

Will Chris McDaniel see his shadow? 4 more weeks of cowering from the fight...

by Alan Lange It’s Groundhog Day and the question is, will Chris McDaniel see his shadow and give us four more weeks of evasion on...

Only one bill survives to combat human trafficking within Mississippi’s borders #msleg

by Sarah Ulmer Human trafficking is not something that conjured up in faraway lands among people groups that you’ll never come face to face with....

A look at the candidates and challenges in #MS03

by Alan Lange Rep. Gregg Harper’s announcement not to seek re-election in 2018 in January has touched off an unexpected political race of sorts.  While...

Should #msleg tinker with vaccination success by allowing for religious exemptions?

by Sarah Ulmer It's back before legislators, a bill that would allow religious exemptions for families who disagree with required vaccinations before their children can...

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