Some wondered after the vote on Speaker of the House Philip Gunn’s tax cut why the Democrats did not at least put up a fight.
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The Mississippi Legislature must redraw four U.S. House districts and later redraw the 52 state Senate and 122 state House districts.
Speaker Philip Gunn’s latest proposal to phase out the state income tax and reduce the sales tax on groceries passed committee on Jan. 11.
The Senate plan announced this week would represent the largest teacher pay increase in Mississippi since at least the early 2000s
Ole Miss beat Mississippi State 82-72 with a 31-point game from Matthew Murrell. In this crazy rivalry, we’ve come to expect the unexpected.
As Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann continues to reject Speaker Philip Gunn’s tax proposal, could major policy ideas be at risk of death in 2022?
Mississippi Today’s political team discusses how a Mississippi medical marijuana program may be growing less likely as lawmakers cannot seem to get on the same page.
Whatever golden hour there might have been for Mississippi medical marijuana after the 2020 passage of Initiative 65 appears to have faded.
On this episode of Mississippi Stories, Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey visits with U.S.S. Alabama museum technician Matthew McCluney.
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