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New Y’all Politics poll of MS Dems shows Jim Hood is potentially vulnerable in...

Today, Y’all Politics has released the results of one of the largest commissioned surveys of Mississippi Democrats in years. Conducted by Triumph Campaigns, this was...

Firetrucks could soon add blue lights to their vehicles #billoftheday

A bill that survived the House floor deadline day, HB 49,  would allow for fire trucks to add blue colored electric lights to the...

105 Mississippi students honored in promote the vote awards ceremony

One hundred and five of the thousands of K-12 students who participated in 2017 Promote the Vote activities were recognized at the Mississippi Capitol...

Senate passes over School Choice Bill on deadline day, bringing eminent death

Senator Gray Tollison chose not to pick up SB 2623 on deadline day, which could mean it will die without any action being taken...

House gun bill debate leads one lawmaker to wave (unloaded) gun on the floor

One Representative in the House took making his point to a whole new level when he waved a gun and his enhanced carry permit...

Should EMT’s be allowed to transport a K-9 officer in the event of an...

A bill that went before the Senate today would allow for Emergency Medical Technicians to authorize for transport of police dogs who were injured...

Public Service Commission, Entergy Mississippi, and C Spire team up to tackle rural “digital...

Project will deploy over 300 route miles of fiber-based infrastructure in 15 counties across state Entergy and C Spire are teaming up on an $11...

Senate passes legislation addressing opioid crisis

The state Senate today passed legislation to address the opioid crisis that impacts many Mississippians, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves said. Both bills head to...

UPDATE: The Sexual Assault Response for Student Act passes in the House#msleg

UPDATE: The bill has passed the House overwhelmingly on Wednesday. It will now move to the Senate for debate. Previous:  The numbers are rising when it...

Gang bill passes through Senate before Thursday deadline

SB 2868 was passed on a 35-17 vote on Wednesday. The bill aims at criminals and gangs that are within our communities and would...

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