Davis pleads guilty in Mississippi welfare fraud cases

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The former MDHS director will serve time in federal prison. The former Executive Director for the Mississippi Department of Human Services is pleading guilty this...

Former Attorney General Jim Hood’s lawyers recommended project involved in TANF scandal

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Former Assistant Attorney General Stephanie Ganucheau recommended IHL approve the transaction - twice. Documents obtained by Y’all Politics show that former Assistant Attorney General Stephanie...

Auditor White takes issue with ACLU, SPLC, MCJ after federal prosecutors act on Medicaid...

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Activist groups vilified state auditors when White questioned the income of certain recipients, says he was misleading the public. The U.S. Attorney's case proves...

U.S. Attorney uncovers Rental Assistance fraud scheme as program ends in Mississippi

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Governor Reeves says the news is proof that Mississippi made the right call to end RAMP. The United States Attorney for the Northern District of...

Governor Reeves addresses non-renewal of Pigott’s legal services contract with MDHS

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Reeves said Mississippi doesn't need legal representation that is focused on trying to be an informant for a "left-wing blog." On Thursday, Governor Tate Reeves thoroughly...

Internal investigation at MDHS leads to plea agreement in Hinds County

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Lashanda Feazell was charged with embezzlement. The Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS) announced that Lashanda Feazell, a Hinds County, Mississippi resident and former employee,...

Saudi operative living in Brandon, Mississippi arrested for harassing dissidents, lying to FBI

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Ibrahim AlHussayen was attending school in Mississippi while threatening critics of the Saudi government using Instagram. According to an unsealed complaint out of New York,...

Church vandalism becoming a tool of leftist extremists in Mississippi?

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WCBI reported on a rural church in Lowndes County graffitied with pro-abortion messages earlier this week. A small Mississippi church in rural Lowndes County was...

Auditor: Gruno is Guilty of Embezzling from Veterans Cemetery

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The former MS Veterans Affairs cemetery director in Newton County sentenced to 2 years in prison and ordered to repay $30,000. State Auditor Shad White...

Governor signs bill requiring Dept. of Human Services investigators to report fraud to State...

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SB 2338 was signed by Governor Reeves last week. Last week, Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves approved Senate Bill 2338. It requires the Department of Human...

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