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Former Bookkeeper for Oloh Fire Protection District Arrested for Embezzlement

Today State Auditor Shad White announced Special Agents from his office have arrested former Secretary/Treasurer of the Oloh Fire Protection District Jessica Delancey after...

Governor Phil Bryant calls the 2019 Legislative Session “overall amazing”

Governor Phil Bryant spoke with Y'all Politics on Friday about how he felt the 2019 Legislative session went and in his words, "it was...

OP-ED: State budget grows by almost 4 percent

Thanks to an increased tax revenue forecasts, the Mississippi legislature will be spending more taxpayer money going into an election year. By: Steve Wilson, Mississippi...

Gov. Bryant signs House Bill 580 into law, creates extra protection for highway workers

The Mississippi Asphalt Pavement Association (MAPA) recently joined Governor Phil Bryant and legislative leaders for a ceremonial signing of House Bill 580. The bill,...

Mississippi Goes Purple for Crime Victims’ Rights Week

Marsy’s Law for MS is working to bring more attention to the rights of crime victims The Office for Victims of Crime, an agency within...

Republican candidate for AG, Andy Taggart, speaks out on state flag issue

Republican candidate for Attorney General, Andy Taggart is among the first of his party to promote a change in the state flag of Mississippi. Taggart...

Lt. Governor Tate Reeves says “I will,” when Jim Hood “won’t”

On Monday at Climate Masters in Pearl, the Reeves family business, Lt. Governor Tate Reeves kicked off his 2019 campaign for Governor. Reeves began by...

Andy Taggart brings public and private sector experience to his run for Attorney General

Andy Taggart, a long time Mississippi attorney, has announced his run for Attorney General. In his interview with Y'all Politics, Taggart talks about his...

Judge Carlton Reeves deals major blow to Jim Hood’s jihad vs. Entergy

Normally, for trial lawyers, state court is where you want to be.  However, in the case of Attorney General Jim Hood vs. Entergy, Carlton...

McRae Vows to Uphold Religious Liberty

In light of attempts to strip away tax exemptions from churches, David McRae, candidate for State Treasurer, today emphasized his commitment to religious liberty....

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