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Budget pains Miss. lawmakers as revenue outlook cut

Posted 3/26/2017 in State

It's been obvious for months that Mississippi tax revenues have been lagging, and Friday was a day that legislative leaders and Gov. Phil Bryant faced up to the fact.



Judge sanctions lawyer suing over Tupelo police shooting

Posted 3/26/2017 in State

A federal judge has sanctioned an attorney who filed a wrongful death lawsuit in the fatal shooting of a Tupelo man by a police officer.



Seat belts in the back seat could become law in Miss.

Posted 3/24/2017 in State

Buckle up, Mississippi, because it could soon be the law, no matter where you sit in a car.



Campaign spending bill headed to Gov. Bryant's desk

Posted 3/23/2017 in State

Elected officials in Mississippi would no longer be able to use campaign money to subsidize their lifestyles or build retirement nest eggs under a bill likely to become law.



Credit card charge dropped against ex-Miss Mississippi

Posted 3/23/2017 in State

Authorities in Flora say a judge has dropped a credit card fraud charge against a former Miss Mississippi.



Lawmakers pass plan for faith-based advisory council

Posted 3/22/2017 in State

Lawmakers have given final passage to a plan sought by Gov. Phil Bryant to set up an advisory council on faith-based initiatives.



Thou shalt not smuggle: Woman hides drugs in inmate's Bible

Posted 3/22/2017 in State

Today's Bible lesson: It's a bad idea to use the good book to smuggle drugs into jail.



MPA names new acting president

Posted 3/21/2017 in State

The Mississippi Press Association announced Wednesday that Paul Keane will immediately begin serving as the organization's acting president.



Miss. government building to be named for Nunnelee

Posted 3/21/2017 in State

A state office building could soon be named for a Mississippi congressman who died in 2015.



Court blocks law that'd close Mississippi's only abortion clinic

Posted 3/18/2017 in State

A federal court on Friday permanently blocked Mississippi's law that threatened to close the state's only abortion clinic by setting a hospital-privileges requirement the clinic couldn't fulfill.



Groups seek to open 9 charter schools in Mississippi

Posted 3/18/2017 in State

Nine charter school operators say they're interested in opening new schools in Mississippi, although none of them currently run a charter school anywhere.



Mississippi Power's Kemper plant blows deadline after leak

Posted 3/18/2017 in State

After a March 9 tubing leak, Mississippi Power Co. said Thursday that it's unsure when its $7.1 billion Kemper County power plant will be finished.



Mississippi bill would stiffen penalties for attacks on cops

Posted 3/17/2017 in State

Mississippi could double the penalties against people who intentionally harm law enforcement officers, firefighters or emergency workers, under a bill headed to the governor.



Top black lawmaker 'sick' of Miss. rebel-themed flag

Posted 3/17/2017 in State

A leading black lawmaker in Mississippi says she is "sick" of the Confederate battle emblem on the state flag and it's time for change.



Surrender? Mississippi flag pusher waves plain white banner

Posted 3/16/2017 in State

A Mississippi lawmaker who has been trying to force universities to fly the Confederate-themed state flag is sending his own silent signal to colleagues.



Bryant nominates GOP lawmaker for Workers Comp Commission

Posted 3/16/2017 in State

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant is nominating a longtime Republican lawmaker to the three-member Workers Compensation Commission.



Mississippi to begin tracking assets seized by police groups

Posted 3/15/2017 in State

Mississippi will begin tracking money and assets seized by police agencies and require more oversight of such forfeitures after Gov. Phil Bryant signed House Bill 812.



Lawmakers: Slow economy, tax cuts hurt Miss. budget

Posted 3/15/2017 in State

Mississippi faces a budget crisis because the economy is lagging and large tax cuts are depleting revenue, Democratic lawmakers said Tuesday.



Miss. House retreats from Confederate flag mandate

Posted 3/14/2017 in State

The Mississippi House on Monday halted a push to require that universities fly the state's Confederate-themed flag.



Analysis: Many fights, few students, so far on school choice

Posted 3/13/2017 in State

There was the Mississippi Senate last week, working late into the night, having another Titanic tussle over a school choice program. Must be a lot of kids affected, right?



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