PEER reviews state agency procurement process

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Between January 2018 and June 2022, 23 of the 32 procurements that were not approved were due to best practices violations. On Friday, the Mississippi...

Lawmakers outraged by MS Parole Board’s decision to grant parole to double murderer

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Frederick Bell is set to be paroled next Monday. The Mississippi Parole Board has granted parole to Frederick Bell and lawmakers are raising red flags. Bell...

Jackpot Justice +20: Former special counsel to Mississippi Senate gives inside look into tort...

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This is the third installment in the Y’all Politics series looking back at the passage of tort reform that occurred 20 years ago in...

Fitch joins coalition of AG’s challenging banks, credit card companies tracking exercise of Second...

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The coalition is made up of 24 other states, pushing back at the new reporting efforts.  Attorney General Lynn Fitch has joined a coalition of 24...

State Senator Joel Carter elected as Chairman of the Energy Council for 2022-2023

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Carter says the Council's roll is for energy producing states to develop model policy to protect and strengthen all types of energy production. On Monday,...

Anderson, a Republican, announces run for MS House District 58

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Incumbent State Rep. Bomgar has said he wouldn't be seeking re-election in 2023. State Representative Joel Bomgar, a Republican, announced in April that he would...

Corporate investments across Mississippi fueling job growth and driving local, state economy

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Nearly $1.3 billion invested in Mississippi for advanced manufacturing, distributing, logistics, automotive, and more so far in 2022, MDA reports. Even as the U.S. economy...

Speaker appoints bipartisan Commission on Life in Mississippi House of Representatives

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The Speaker’s Commission on Life will work toward presenting legislation that supports mothers and babies before and after birth. The Dobbs ruling this summer by...

Two months into FY, state revenue $113 million over estimate

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Revenues continue to climb two months into FY2023, nearly 15% over estimates in August alone.  Total revenue collections for the month of August FY 2023...

Jackpot Justice +20: Taggart, Nash look back at impact of the longest special session...

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This is the second installment in the Y'all Politics series looking back at the passage of tort reform that occurred 20 years ago in the...

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