DOR data to shows that revenue collections were up in FY2017 #msleg

by Russ Latino, Special to Y'all Politics The Mississippi Legislature gaveled back in to session this week. They do so in the midst of a...

#HB1523 impacts USM’s baseball schedule with NY college

‘Religious Freedom’ law wreaks havoc on Southern Miss baseball schedule A Mississippi law that allows government and businesses to deny services to same-sex couples will...

Michael Goode to join Clearwater Group #msleg

Clearwater Group, LLC Announces New Partner Michael Goode The Clearwater Group, LLC is pleased to announce that Michael Goode will be joining the firm as...

YP BREAKING – Drew Snyder named interim Director of Mississippi’s Medicaid division

Drew Snyder, Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Phil Bryant, has been named the interim Director of the Division of Medicaid. Snyder has developed...

State Rep. Anderson takes issue with Moss Point School Board appointment

Barbara Dumas-Marshall appointed to Moss Point school board, state rep. displeased Senate Bill 2463 places the power of the vote back into the citizens hands...

Daily Journal – 2018 session begins with same issues as 2017

2018 session begins with same issues as 2017 The issues confronting members of the Mississippi Legislature during the 2018 session, which starts at noon today,...

Sun Herald preview of #msleg

Can we have better schools, better roads and BP money? The next 90 days will tell And, the Lieutenant Governor’s Office said he still backs...

#MSLEG budget recommendations for FY2019

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Joint #msleg Budget Committee recommends north of 1 percent cut to overall state spending

Lawmakers seek higher reserves, less spending JACKSON, Miss. (AP) - Top Mississippi lawmakers, seeking to put more money in reserve, propose small cuts for most...

Lt. Gov. Reeves, Speaker Gunn unapologetic for proposed #msleg budget cuts

More Mississippi budget cuts proposed; leaders unapologetic "If you define the success of our state by how much money our government spends, then you ain't...

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