Debated donor privacy bill on Governor’s desk
Alex Paton
March 26, 2019
A bill that has passed both the House and the Senate is now under scrutiny. The legislation looks to prohibit state agencies from requesting or releasing donor information on all charitable groups organized under section...
Republican PSC candidate taken off ballot
Alex Paton
March 25, 2019
Businessman Perry Parker was running for Southern District Public Service Commissioner, but he won’t be getting a spot on the ballot. Parker who was registered to vote in California during the 2016 election says he...
Foster, Waller to take part in first gubernatorial debate
Alex Paton
March 19, 2019
The first gubernatorial debate has been set. The College Republicans at Mississippi State University will host a Republican primary debate in conjunction with the MSU Department of Political Science and Public Administration. The debate will...
Leaders disagree on access to Warren’s ‘Town Hall’
Steven Gagliano
March 18, 2019
Tonight, 2020 Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is set to speak at a CNN Town Hall event at Jackson State, but the event hasn’t come without controversy.  While it was initially reported that the event would...
Warren’s JSU ‘Town Hall’ closed to media, public
Steven Gagliano
March 15, 2019
A CNN ‘Town Hall’ event with 2020 Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is causing controversy.  After it was initially reported that the event, which will be held on the Jackson State campus next Monday, was going...
Two Representatives elected, one race heads to runoff
Alex Paton
March 13, 2019
On Tuesday, Mississippians headed to the polls to elect three new Representatives to the state House and the results are in. In House District 32 Solomon Osborne won the race with 79% of the vote. Troy...
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