Click through this series of cartoons by Marshall Ramsey
depicting the 2019 legislative session:
The 2019 Mississippi Legislative Session has begun!
Medicaid Expansion is becoming a hot (and contentious) topic lately.
Brandon Presley pulls off a modern miracle by getting the broadband bill through the legislature.
Many bills will die like Bud Knight did during the Super Bowl.
Mississippi’s Legislature and population have slightly different demographics.
Retired teachers and state workers might soon be able to run without losing retirement.
Many state workers haven’t received a raise in nearly a dozen years. It looks like this year won’t be any different.
The Landowner Protection Act passes the House after a version of it passes the Senate.
Democrat Steve Holland becomes an independent.
SB 2675 is, according to Rep. Richard Bennett, dead.
Republicans look to retain their majorities this year. Odds are, they will be successful. The Capitol’s look will stay the same.
Supervisors’ pay springs forward. State workers’ pay falls back.
Expedited evictions process: Bill to eliminate 10-day grace period for delinquent tenants awaits governor’s signature.
The Legislature and Governor have taken care of the unborn. Now onto the born.
It’s election year. In Oprah’s voice, “a raise for you and a raise for you and a raise…”
As the state budget is being hammered out, all signs point to Sine Die.
Teachers across Mississippi are grateful for the $1,500 raise. But Mississippi still lags behind other states when it comes to teacher pay.
Senate leaders slip funding for private school scholarships into unrelated spending bill.
As the session ends, campaigning full force begins.
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