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POLITICS
Ending Human Trafficking: Miss. Senators Talk About New Bill...
kim
March 13, 2015
WASHINGTON, D.C.–Human trafficking is not only a problem in Mississippi, but across the entire country. While Mississippi is dealing with it on a state level by forming a task force, senators Roger Wicker and Thad...
Replacing Bennett Malone in the Miss. House: Special Election...
kim
March 13, 2015
CARTHAGE, Miss.–Replacing former Rep. Bennett Malone in the Mississippi House will be done with a special election, now set for May 5, announced Gov. Bryant’s office Thursday afternoon. Malone represented District 45 in Leake, Neshoba,...
Tupelo National Guard Unit Targeted, Cochran Opposes Reduction
kim
March 12, 2015
TUPELO, Miss.–A Mississippi-based Army National Guard unit has been targeted for being done away with during budget talks in DC. The 155th Heavy Brigade Combat Team based out of Tupelo could be disbanded in a...
Former Eupora Mayor Becomes 11th Person to Run for...
kim
March 12, 2015
EUPORA, Miss.–Mississippi’s 1st Congressional District race now has 11 people who want to try to fill the seat left vacant when Cong. Alan Nunnelee died earlier this year. Former Eupora Mayor Henry Ross announced his...
Senate Open Letter to Iranian Republic: Why The Logan...
Sarah Ulmer
March 12, 2015
JACKSON, Miss– After 47 U.S. republican senators, including Mississippi congressman Roger Wicker, signed an open letter to Iran discussing the nuclear talks, the White House was petitioned to enact the Logan Act. 
Equal Opportunity for Students With Special Needs Act Passes...
Sarah Ulmer
March 12, 2015
JACKSON, Miss– Time is running out for lawmakers to get the new policies ready to pass across the governor’s desk. The bills that would allow an education voucher for special needs passed the House Wednesday. 
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