YP Daily Roundup 1/5/18

https://twitter.com/SarahUlmerYP/status/949294471883247616 CLARION LEDGER - Who could replace Gregg Harper in Congress? Rep. Mark Baker Sen. Sally Doty Rep. Michael Evans Treasurer Lynn Fitch Gerard Gibert ...

“I challenge Roger Wicker right now he can debate me anywhere, anytime.” Sen. Chris...

It's been a long wait but Sen. Chris McDaniel has finally announced he will enter the 2018 GOP Primary for United State's Senate race...

What do lawmakers have left to work on for #mselg 2018?

From Mississippi Matters: These are the bills that are dead and alive in the House and Senate. Legislators have 30 days to make their decisions,...

HomeStretch, Inc., increasing furniture production in Nettleton, creating 71 jobs

HomeStretch, Inc., an upholstered reclining furniture manufacturer, is expanding in Nettleton. The project is a $500,000 corporate investment and will create 71 jobs. “HomeStretch is...

MDOT out from under State Personnel Board could mean better salaries, but fewer workers

One bill in the House, HB355, could remove the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) from under the State Personnel Board. A request author for...

VIDEO: Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall calls Bridge Act bill a “hoax”

Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall has been quite vocal about his disagreement with SB 3046 since it was presented to legislators only a...

October Revenue Report is in, and under sine die estimate

Unlike most months this year the October revenue report was under the sine die estimate by about $31.7 million. Reports are still up for...

OPINION: Snowden And Bryan Offer Differing Views On Special Session

During the recently concluded special session, lawmakers passed a $1 billion infrastructure bill, created a lottery, and distributed BP settlement money throughout the state. By: Brett...

Barbour’s embarrassing mistake illustrates the depth of the nation’s partisan divide

By: Sid Salter Former Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour’s lapse of memory, judgment, or whatever one chooses to call it that left him facing a federal...

Governor Phil Bryant Appoints Harry Lee James State Aid Engineer at Mississippi Office of...

Gov. Phil Bryant announced today that he has appointed Harry Lee James state aid engineer in the Mississippi Office of State Aid Road Construction. James...

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