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EXCLUSIVE: White House provides outline of support provided to Mississippi during pandemic

Response and recovery efforts are locally executed, State managed, and Federally supported. Governor Tate Reeves has stated this on multiple occasions throughout this pandemic. Y'all...

Legislative power play in Mississippi could delay assistance meant from CARES Act

It was announced earlier this week by Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann and Speaker Philip Gunn that the Mississippi Legislature would be resuming its 2020...

State Rep. Dana Criswell, MJI file lawsuit over Jackson order suspending open carry

The Mississippi Justice Institute has filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Jackson in the wake of Mayor Chockwe Lumumba's order restricting open...

Mississippi Legislative Session set to resume May 18

Mississippi Legislators are set to return to work on May 18 after being on a hiatus for nearly two months due to the Coronavirus...

Jackson Mayor Lumumba uses COVID-19 to suspend open carry

Jackson, Mississippi Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba has issued an executive order suspending open carry laws in his city using the coronavirus pandemic as justification,...

CORDER: Non-profit media bias alive and well in Mississippi

Every one has a bias, even (and probably especially) news outlets. You often hear President Trump aggressively call out CNN, MSNBC, and other national media...

April campaign finance reports tell story of 2020 Senate & Congressional races

Quarterly campaign finance reports for April 2020 are now online with the Federal Election Commission, giving Mississippi voters a look at where candidates stand...

EXCLUSIVE: Trent Lott, frustrated with Congress partisanship, says, “They need to act.”

Mississippians continue to shelter-in-place as health professionals and government leaders try to slow the spread of the coronavirus.  Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Trent...

CORDER: #MeToo or Et Tu, Mike Espy?

With Democrats coalescing around Joe Biden as their best chance to defeat President Donald Trump in November, there is a lingering sexual harassment allegation...

CORDER: Time to Flatten the Economic Impact Curve to Give Hope

Nearly 17 million Americans have filed for unemployment assistance in the past three weeks.  That is more than 1 in 10 workers who are...

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