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Mouth off Yall Apr 17
So if boys are running & campaigns in & we know what we have in King Tater tot are we better off to vote for if we want something different in ?
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Today is Tough ... 19h
I believe this is just a bone thrown to the opposition by the outgoing governor, a trite effort to placate those of us who don't recognize the current flag. I fear that the will quote sales of the new plate as interest or disinterest in real change or bill passages.
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Michael Creel Apr 21
Replying to @JxnFreePress
So the won't allow a vote on changing the flag, but are OK with people paying them to use a different flag design? That sounds about right.
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David Crane Apr 20
Replying to @GreerKid
You must remember that I'm not a tea drinker and I don't play well with others (sometimes). I'm not always logical either, but...don't demean our ed system--and those who work therein--while decrying decreases in # of candidates entering/finishing teacher ed programs.
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Rep. Jeramey Anderson 18h
I just finished a demo with a company that focuses on constituent case management. This web based system will help me better communicate and interact with my constituents. We will be able to track their service cases and more. Why don’t the provide this to lawmakers?
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Free Cannabis Now Apr 22
Oklahoma leadership > Mississippi leadership
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Rep. Jeramey Anderson Apr 22
Rep. Anderson calls Gov. Bryant’s Unity Proclamation hollow in the absence of actions to back it up | “This year, once again, Mississippi will celebrate Confederate Memorial Day, honoring those who fought to keep my ancestors in bondage.” -
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DonJuan The Boy Wonder 🇧🇸 🇮🇪 🇬🇧 🇪🇸 🇺🇸 Apr 17
"These are the U.S. states most and least dependent on the federal government" - - of course is #2 on this list!? The is the main one wagging its finger at the federal govt. too!? The hypocrisy!? SMH
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MS Statewatch Apr 22
All bills due from the Governor from the 2019 regular session are now signed. This officially closes the book on the 2019 legislative session.
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Yall Politics 22h
A recent poll shows their members are still hopping mad over a recent $1,500 pay increase. Nearly 2/3rds of teachers would participate in an organized sick-out – over 30% would strike indefinitely. via
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ACU Foundation Apr 17
Must Read from : Civil forfeiture: Fighting socialism in Mississippi and throughout the Deep South
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MARY JO PERRY 18h
FLORIDA fighting fir freedom from the CORRUPT United States of Pharma! We are under attack including homeschoolers nationwide! Our is complicit! RISE UP AND FIGHT BACK NOW!
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Sen. Brice Wiggins 22h
Who says we can't lead in education?! Pre-k collaboratives tops in country again!
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Yall Politics 12h
Replying to @MSyallpolitics
So far, those in attendance have brought to his attention: a better teacher pay raise, decrease in amount of testing, accountability in schools and focus on vocational training
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Joel Heifferon Apr 16
The Hospital Association is out! @JustJSammy/HNews Stories via
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Emily Wagster Pettus Apr 17
APNewsBreak: governor signs bill authorizing specialty license plate with "Stennis flag" -- proposed alternative state flag without the Confederate battle emblem.
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Diamondhead Dems Apr 19
Stormy day but great monthly meeting of DDPIA! Updates on animal abuse services, City Council Report & announcements from candidate, Nancy Depreo! Next month the head of the POA will be the guest speaker! All are invited to attend DDPIA meetings!
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Mrs. B Apr 16
Coast teachers interested in an alternative to Tate for gov in the R primary?? is hosting a teacher town hall in Gulfport tomorrow at 4:30 at 2306 14th Street in Gulfport. I'm interested to hear if he will be an actual supporter of public education.
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Shannon Watts Apr 14
When the Governor of Mississippi proudly retweets an employee about his allegiance to to the gun lobby... Mississippi is ranked 4th among 50 states for the most gun deaths per capita, based on data released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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DonJuan The Boy Wonder 🇧🇸 🇮🇪 🇬🇧 🇪🇸 🇺🇸 Apr 16
Replying to @RevelsHiram @sunherald
Legalized gambling across the country killed it for them too. Tourism will not increase until this state gets serious about changing its brand. It's an easy fix - they, the leadership in the just does not want to admit it.
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