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2018 Promote the Vote Materials Now Available to Teachers

Promote the Vote (PTV), the Secretary of State’s comprehensive K-12 voter education program, launches this week with a new theme, partner, and implementation materials...

Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves says he might be ready to come to an agreement

Today, Lt. Gov. Tate reeves told reporters he may be ready to come to an agreement on transportation funding proposals from the House of...

State Auditor Shad White Announces New Transparency Website

Today State Auditor Shad White announced the launch of a new section of the Mississippi Office of the State Auditor website dedicated to transparency....

Governor Phil Bryant announces special session #msleg

Today, Governor Phil Bryant announced that a special legislative session will convene next Thursday, August 23. Though the official "call" that will govern the content...

Evans challenges Guest to debate at MSU #mselex

Democrat State Representative Michael Ted Evans has issued a challenge to opponent Rankin/Madison District Attorney  and Republican Nominee Michael Guest ahead of the November...

Commissioner Mike Chaney releases statement on University of Mississippi Medical Center/Blue Cross Blue Shield...

Commissioner of Insurance Mike Chaney announces that UMMC and Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi have come to an agreement on their network...

SALTER: Despite politicians’ rhetoric to the contrary, news they disagree with isn’t ‘fake’ news

By: Sid Salter From the White House down to city halls in rural hamlets across this country, politicians are using the term “fake news” to...

State Treasurer Lynn Fitch and Mississippi Children’s Museum Partner to Celebrate 529 Day

A day to promote the importance of saving for college For the sixth year, the Office of State Treasurer Lynn Fitch and Mississippi Children’s Museum...

OPINION: Biloxi City Councilman Is Conflicted By Harmful Policy Ideas

New regulatory action for home sharing is bad policy for taxpayers and is harmful for tourism. By: Jon L. Pritchett An industry lobbyist who is also...

Aaron Rice joins the Mississippi Justice Institute team as the new Director

Mississippi Justice Institute The Mississippi Justice Institute (MJI) was founded by the Mississippi Center for Public Policy (MCPP) in 2016 to be its legal arm...

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