Op-Ed: 2019 Legislative Public Education Victories

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By: Senator Chad McMahan, Serving as State Senator, District 6 The 2019 Mississippi Legislative Session has come to a close. As a Republican, it is...

Who does George Soros want to be Mississippi’s next Governor?

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American Bridge PAC, whose largest funder historically is billionaire liberal activist George Soros, has made its first play in the 2019 Mississippi political cycle. The...

Republican Gubernatorial candidates Waller and Foster debate at MSU

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Two Republican candidates for Governor Bill Waller Jr. and Representative Robert Foster participated in a debate at Mississippi State University hosted by MSU College...

AG Hood Delivers $40 Million to State Funds from BP Payment

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Attorney General Jim Hood recently delivered $40 million, representing the second of 16 payments from BP, to two state funds from settlement monies owed...

Improving public education – the top priority for Lt. Governor candidate Jay Hughes

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Representative Jay Hughes, a Democrat representing Lafayette County, has now decided to run for Lieutenant Governor in the 2019 election cycle. He was originally...

What will the next round of public records requests for AG Jim Hood’s Houston...

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Attorney General Jim Hood continues to avoid divulging the most basic aspects of his hometown office dealings despite repeated requests to do so, either...

Representative Baker Hails Signing of Landowner Protection

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Saying landowner rights and protections are among the cornerstones of American freedom, conservative Republican Attorney General candidate Mark Baker hailed passage of the Landowner...

Op-Ed: Congress Can Support Our Farmers by Ratifying the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Deal

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By: Andy Gipson Mississippi Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce As Mississippi’s Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce, I’ve invested a great deal of time traveling across our...

Lt. Governor Tate Reeves address the Senate for the last time

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Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves addressed the Mississippi State Senate for the final time on March 29, 2019, as he will not be returning after...

Sine Die comes early for the 2019 Mississippi Legislative session

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The Mississippi Legislature gaveled in and out for the final time during the 2019 legislative session on March 29, 2019. This is 9 days...

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