MCRAE: A No-Strings-Attached Economic Stimulus

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By: Treasurer David McRae Nearly every receipt you get this year is a little higher than it was last year. The cost of groceries is...

Mississippi Dept. of Education seeks 12.56% budget increase as student population declines over 5%

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MDE is requesting $3 billion for FY 2023 from state lawmakers.  As Mississippi lawmakers begin to craft the next fiscal year's state budget, members of...

“Skip the Line” program receives national attention with award

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The Mississippi Department of Public Safety’s “Skip the Line” program was selected as an award recipient in the Center for Digital Government’s annual Government...

Tull Brothers investing $2.164 million to expand manufacturing operations in Corinth

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The company expects to create at least 15 jobs. Tull Brothers, Inc., manufacturer and distributor of sustainable building opening solutions, is expanding in Corinth. The...

AG Fitch files response brief in abortion case

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On Wednesday, Attorney General Lynn Fitch filed a response brief with the Supreme Court of the United States in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's...

Sen. Chad McMahan (R): “Medicaid is not a welfare program.” – MS Senate colleagues...

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Such thinking would be a significant shift to the left for Republicans in the Mississippi Legislature. The hopes of a tiny sliver of Republicans quietly...

Can Mississippi lawmakers, industry employees challenge Biden’s COVID vaccine mandates?

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State Senator Chris McDaniel says it may be protracted but it's worth it. What can Mississippi's lawmakers and local industry employees do to challenge President...

All 206 Republican House members voted against raising the U.S. debt ceiling

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The legislation passed the House on a party-line vote 219-206 Last night, 206 House Republicans voted against the short-term debt limit bill that would have...

SALTER: Mississippi abortion case seen as litmus test of Supreme Court in post-Ginsburg era

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By: Sid Salter Both pro-life and pro-choice Americans focus on a Mississippi abortion rights case that will be the first such case before the Supreme...

Gov. Reeves and DPS Commissioner Tindell talk “Skip the Line” program

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Governor Tate Reeves and Department of Public Safety Commissioner, Sean Tindell, took time on Tuesday to discuss the Department’s “Skip the Line” program. The “Skip...

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