Hosemann Submits Qualifying Paperwork to Mississippi GOP for Lt. Governor Spot

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann made his bid for Lieutenant Governor official today by submitting qualifying paperwork with the Mississippi Republican Party. Hosemann announced his...

Trey Bowman announces candidacy for Northern District Transportation Commissioner

Trey Bowman qualified to run for the Mississippi Transportation Commission, Northern District on Thursday, January 31, with the Republican Party. Bowman said, “I am running for...

Hyde-Smith supports funding package to invest in border security, fund Mississippi priorities

U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.), a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today voted to fully fund government operations through an appropriations package that...

AFP-MS: Legislators Prove Education Top Priority in Jackson

As the Senate and House reach their deadlines to pass non-revenue bills originating in their own house, Americans for Prosperity-Mississippi (AFP-MS) commends their action...

Teacher pay raise bill passes the Senate

The state Senate today passed a pay hike for teachers, teacher assistants, librarians, and counselors. More than 35,000 educators would see another $1,000 if...

Auditor Uncovers One of the Largest Embezzlement Schemes in Past Decade

Former Bay Springs City Clerk stole $300,000 after being tricked by international scammers Today State Auditor Shad White issued a demand to former Bay Springs...

Wicker, Hyde-Smith Commend Senate Passage of Legislation to Designate Medgar and Myrlie Evers Home...

Miss. Senators Championed Efforts to Make Jackson Civil Rights Landmark Part of the National Park System U.S. Senators Roger Wicker, R-Miss., and Cindy Hyde-Smith, R-Miss.,...

SALTER: 2019 election cycle promises significant turnover, changes among public officials

By: Sid Salter Change. In terms of Mississippi government, change isn’t merely coming – and we’re talking major changes – it’s in great measure already...

PERS board votes on provisions for retired public employees who are elected to Legislature

The PERS Board met on Tuesday to address a rule that currently prevents any retired public employees from serving in the Legislature and collecting...

AG Sends More than $17.6 Million to State General Fund

Attorney General Jim Hood delivered a $17,658,336.29 check to the Mississippi Legislature Tuesday that included settlement monies recently collected. The settlements include five of the...

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