Governor signs bill for universal recognition of occupational licenses

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Gov. Tate Reeves signed legislation that will make it easier for professionals who are relocating to Mississippi to obtain work under their current licensing. House...

CORDER: Outdoor Trust Bill could go the way of referendum if Legislature doesn’t act

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The Mississippi Legislature is tasked with handling the business of the people, tackling issues of importance that will both improve the State and the...

Pascagoula-Gautier Schools Superintendent talks computer science, state testing with Y’all Politics

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Pascagoula-Gautier Schools Superintendent Wayne Rodolfich joined Y'all Politics on Thursday to discuss the computer science law signed by Governor Tate Reeves this week and...

Rep. Bounds gives update on Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund after major changes in Senate

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Representative Scott Bounds, author of SB 1231 the Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund, sat down with Y'all Politics to discuss where the bill lies in...

AG Fitch Joins 14-State Coalition to Stop Biden’s Attack on Energy Jobs

Attorney General Lynn Fitch joined 13 other state attorneys general in filing suit today to block the Biden-Harris Administration's Executive Order violating the Outer...

Gov. Reeves signs computer science bill for K-12 students

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Governor Tate Reeves has signed a bill passed by the Legislature that would require access to advanced computer science classes in all Mississippi K-12...

DPS Commissioner Tindell talks MS Highway Patrol jurisdiction change

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Sean Tindell, Commissioner of the Mississippi Department of Public Safety, joined Y'all Politics on Wednesday to discuss the changes made by SB 2788 to...

Mississippi House, Senate prepare for conference deliberations, setting state budget

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Lawmakers are in the final days of the 2021 Legislative session. Most bills still alive were either agreed upon by both chambers and will...

Mississippi Senate offers study committee in lieu of changes to income tax law

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The Senate has declined to move forward with Speaker of the House Philip Gunn's HB 1439 that would have phased out the state's remaining...

Auditor Works with Legislature to Increase Penalties for Fraud and Embezzlement

Today State Auditor Shad White announced public employees who embezzle or fraudulently obtain more than $10,000 of taxpayer money will no longer be able...

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