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State Bond Sale Complete, Could Fund More Economic Development...
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February 19, 2015
JACKSON, Miss.–The sale of state bonds may have saved Mississippi taxpayers $36 million, according to State Treasurer Lynn Fitch, who announced Wednesday that the bond sale was complete. The state bonds, both taxable and tax-exempt,...
Thompson “Cautiously Optimistic” About New Secret Service Head, Blames...
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February 19, 2015
WASHINGTON, D.C.–A new Secret Service head was announced in Washington, D.C. this week, in charge of protecting the president and top government officials. Joseph Clancy, formerly in charge of protecting the president fro the agency,...
Miss. House Votes to Increase MAEP by $106 Million,...
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February 18, 2015
JACKSON, Miss. – Wednesday, state representatives approved a K-12 Education funding bill that would increase the funding of the Mississippi Adequate Education Program
Amnesty Blocked By a Federal Judge, Mississippi Reacts
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February 18, 2015
JACKSON, Miss.–An amnesty plan by Pres. Obama, with an executive order, that would have kept millions of people in the country illegally from being deported, was blocked by a federal judge Tuesday. Mississippi leaders on...
State Rep. Alday Makes Public Apology for Racist Comments...
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February 17, 2015
JACKSON, Miss.- State Rep. Gene Alday publicly apologized Tuesday afternoon on the House floor for some controversial comments he made in a recent Clarion Ledger article.
Remarks by State Rep. Alday Get More Criticism
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February 17, 2015
DeSOTO COUNTY, Miss.–Remarks made in a Clarion-Ledger newspaper article by state Rep. Gene Alday (R-DeSoto County) are continuing to get criticism from other state lawmakers who believe his statements were not reflective of the way...
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