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Heartbeat bills pass respective chambers

The Senate and House passed their individual "heartbeat" bills on Wednesday. The bills in both chambers would essentially ban abortions after a heartbeat is...

Bill of the Day: You can carry your gun, but you can’t carry your...

So, you took the class, passed the background check and received your concealed carry license through the state of Mississippi. Now you're ready to...

Republicans quietly poised to flip Senate seat on Tuesday #msleg

Republicans quietly poised to flip Senate seat on Tuesday The seat in question, Senate District 10, was redrawn by the Legislature in 2012 for a...

Gov. Phil Bryant Appoints Joseph Anthony Sclafani 7th Judicial Circuit Court District Judge, Post...

Gov. Phil Bryant announced today that he has appointed Joseph Anthony Sclafani 7th Judicial Circuit Court District Judge, Post 4. He will replace Judge William...

YP Daily Roundup 1/11/18

FOX23 - Charter Schools in Mississippi are under Fire HATTIESBURG, MISS. – Charter schools in Mississippi are under fire. Recently, the Southern Poverty Law...

Mississippi scored 6th least politically engaged state in 2018 by WalletHub

In a recent survey across all 50 states, WalletHub looked at ten key indicators of political engagement ranging from how many individuals registered to...

Changes offered to Senate Medicaid “tech” bill adds reverse repealer and study committees

At the Medicaid hearing Monday, Senator Brice Wiggins, author of the Medicaid bill SB 2836, offered a committee substitute to the legislation. The committee substitute...

Fitch joins 20 other Republican AGs in Rebuke of House Articles of Impeachment

Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch joined Republican Attorneys General from 20 other states to submit a letter to the United States Senate, laying out...

Governor Tate Reeves Signs Executive Orders Furthering Mississippi’s COVID-19 Response

Today, Governor Tate Reeves signed two executive orders to further the state's response to COVID-19 and aid Mississippians being impacted. Addressing Mississippians via Facebook Live,...

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