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POLITICS
Human Trafficking Bill Passes in Senate, Cochran: There Should...
WASHINGTON, D.C.–There were 29 cases of human trafficking in Mississippi last year. That means 29 people were sold for sex or slave labor. But, it’s an even bigger problem across the country and Wednesday the...
New Mississippi Lawmaker “Elected” Without Election
CARTHAGE, Miss.–LEake, Neshoba, Rankin and Scott counties will have a new state representative to replace Bennett Malone in the House. Jay Mathis, of Carthage, won the seat that Malone vacated by retiring, without there having...
TeleHealth in America: Wicker Uses Mississippi System as Example...
WASHINGTON, D.C.–Telehealth’s progress in Mississippi could be an example for the whole country to get care to people who live in rural areas. Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) held a Senate hearing in Washington Tuesday, that...
Texting and Driving Bill Signed into Law Tuesday
Jackson, Miss.- Texting and driving will be against the law in Mississippi beginning this summer. House Bill 389 was signed into law by Governor Phil Bryant Tuesday prohibiting texting, emailing and getting on social media...
Southern Miss Student Running for House Seat
HATTIESBURG, Miss.- USM Senior Austin Howell is running on the Democratic ballot for the Mississippi House of Representatives. 
Mission Mississippi Hosts Prayer Luncheon, Dialogue on Race
JACKSON, Miss.- State elected officials gathered at the Convention Center in Downtown Jackson on Thursday, all with one common goal in mind. 
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