MDE holds public hearing on proposed revisions to K-12 standards for social studies

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Sixty-six people were registered to speak at the event, most concerned with CRT creeping into school curriculum. Earlier this month, the Mississippi Department of Education...

MCPP Education Report identifies issues, offers solutions on the state’s K-12 Public Education System

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While the state has been significant gains in recent years, there is more to be done to create opportunities for positive education outcomes in...

Mississippi House attempts to stop state, local government COVID vaccine mandates

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The proposed bill would also prohibit schools, colleges and universities from imposing such mandates and denying service based on vaccination status. A bill authored by...

Bill of the Day: State Song Showdown – “Go, Mississippi” vs. “One Mississippi”

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Y’all Politics brings you a Bill of the Day from the Mississippi Legislature that just may pique your interest.  When the gavel dropped to open...

Ag Commissioner Gipson thanks Legislature for removing MDAC from Medical Marijuana Program

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The Commissioner also offered his thoughts on legislation prohibiting COVID vaccine mandates pending in the Legislature and promoted the Dixie National Rodeo. Watch the...

Mississippi Senate passes bill allowing bi-monthly teacher pay

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Another bill passed in the chamber today provides more time to access procurement cards. Today, the Mississippi Senate took up two of the bills that...

Bill of the Day: Reviving, amending the Mississippi initiative process

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Y’all Politics brings you a Bill of the Day from the Mississippi Legislature that just may pique your interest. Since last year's Mississippi Supreme Court...

MS04: Wiggins reports raising over $125k since announcing his run for the 4th District

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The Jackson County State Senator along with Jackson County Sheriff Ezell and Coast police officer Brooks are the only ones to qualify to run...

Mississippi Legislature has passed a bonafide medical marijuana program

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The conference report was passed in both chambers on Wednesday after minimal changes to the original bill.  The Mississippi House and Senate have come to...

Mississippi’s Certificate of Need laws get their day in court but are they on...

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Aaron Rice with the Mississippi Justice Institute talks about a recent case challenging the state's CON laws. Watch the interview. Last week, U.S. District Judge...

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