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MDOT: Political signs illegal on state rights-of-way

The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) reminds political candidates that campaign signs are not permitted on state highway right-of-way. To maintain traffic safety, the...

Alabama Democrat state representative doubles down on abortion remarks – ‘Dead is dead’

By: Kyle Morris, Yellow Hammer contribution After State Rep. John Rogers’ (D-Birmingham) abortion comments widely circulated across social media platforms Wednesday, politicians and several prominent...

Mississippi American Legion Boys State Accepting Applicants, Offering Scholarships

Mississippi American Legion Boys State is looking for rising high school seniors to join their leadership program this summer. Students can compete for scholarship...

Treasurer Lynn Fitch Puts Over $580,000 into State General Fund

Treasurer Lynn Fitch yesterday transferred $580,024.87 to the State General Fund, the proceeds of a court-established fund in a case known as Tennille v....

Does Jim Hood’s “home court” advantage in northeast Mississippi really exist?

Does Jim Hood really enjoy a “homefield advantage” in Northeast Mississippi in a hypothetical matchup with Republican Tate Reeves? Bobby Harrison at Mississippi Today seems...

Bill Waller on run for Governor: “Voters are glad for someone with some new...

Former Chief Justice of the Mississippi Supreme Court, Bill Waller Jr., sat down with Y'all Politics to talk about why he decided to run...

MDE solicits school districts in week of data disaster for an accurate count of...

Last night, after news of a $12-14 million misrepresentation to the state legislature over the proper amount to appropriate for Mississippi teachers' pay raise,...

Judge rules in favor of legislative candidate over residency challenges during active duty military...

Over the last two months, Democrat state Rep. Sonya Williams-Barnes has pursued multiple unsuccessful challenges on the residency status of her fellow Democrat opponent...

Lack of data controls at MDE result in $12+ million error threatening teacher pay...

Lack of data control between Mississippi's 140+ school districts and the Mississippi Department of Education to effectively document the number of teachers eligible for...

Waller hosts Town Hall in Clinton on education – focuses on more frequent teacher...

Bill Waller Jr., a candidate in the Governor's race, hosted a Town Hall meeting in Clinton on Tuesday night. The meeting specifically focused on...

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