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The bulk of the students participating in the special needs scholarship program, the state's largest school choice effort, continues to come from the three-county metro... [Read More]
Chairs, desks, filing cabinets and other office items are stacked up in the halls and the sound of electrical tools can be heard throughout the... [Read More]
By design, turnover on the nine-member Mississippi Supreme Court normally occurs at glacier-like speed. [Read More]
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State Economist Darrin Webb cites economic angst, not internet shoppers, for the prolonged period of sluggish sales tax collections for the state. [Read More]
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Robert Clark, the first African American elected to the state Legislature since the 1800s, said his priority as a member was for everybody "to pull... [Read More]
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Most believe the script – as least for the lead actors – already has been written for the 2019 statewide elections. [Read More]
The 3 percent tax on all insurance premiums sold within Mississippi was a key factor in making July a good month for state revenue collections. [Read More]
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Law enforcement officers with the Department of Public Safety, including Highway Patrol troopers and Bureau of Narcotics agents, will soon be equipped with a drug... [Read More]
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The Republican legislative leadership, particularly Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, makes three arguments to defend the sluggish state revenue collections. [Read More]
For the second year in a row, Attorney General Jim Hood of Houston, viewed as the leading Democratic contender for governor in 2019, touted a... [Read More]
The special election to fill the District 10 Senate seat vacated by Democratic leader Bill Stone of Holly Springs has been set for Nov. 7... [Read More]
U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, a Tupelo Republican, will be well funded if he is challenged in his 2018 re-election bid. [Read More]
U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, a Tupelo Republican, will be well funded if he is challenged in his 2018 re-election bid. [Read More]
For the past five years, Republican Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall has used the annual political speakings at the Nesoba County Fair to advocate... [Read More]
Walk into the first floor of the ornate Mississippi Capitol on a sweltering summer day and one immediately notices the grandeur of the building and... [Read More]
Gov. Phil Bryant told Neshoba County fairgoers Thursday of plans to improve early childhood education across the state by training day care workers. [Read More]
Gov. Phil Bryant told Neshoba County fairgoers Thursday of plans to improve early childhood education across the state by training day-care workers. [Read More]
Democratic Attorney General Jim Hood mentioned no names, but he accused the state's Republican leadership of sacrificing the needs for "the least of thee" for... [Read More]
Years ago, when the casino industry was still relatively new in our state, I ventured into a Mississippi River casino for one of my first... [Read More]
Bill Stone of Holly Springs, the Mississippi Senate's Democratic leader, is stepping down from his District 10 post. [Read More]
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