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Ashton Pittman 23h
Just informed a local restaurant owner that his new menu is technically illegal in Mississippi, because it advertises a “veggie burger”—a term that the Mississippi Legislature decided needed to be outlawed this past legislative session. The look of shock was palpable.
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Adam Ganucheau 25m
Interesting news. Democrat Marcus Williams, former president of Young Dems, received an endorsement in his primary today from Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba. Williams is challenging longtime state Sen. John Horhn, who lost mayor's race to Lumumba in 2017.
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Geoffrey Pender 19h
MDE: Teacher raise will cost $18.5 million more than original projection
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botfeldman89 Jul 22
The Senate committee schedule was updated on July 22, 2019 at 10:17 AM
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Geoffrey Pender Jul 22
What candidates for Mississippi governor are saying about roads and bridges, gas tax
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Fix MS Roads 21h
Our elected officials in Jackson should take your family’s safety as serious as you do.
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Yall Politics 4h
Transportation Commissioner Tom King on reelection – “My experience coming back will be an asset” READ MORE>>
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DonJuan The Boy Wonder 🇧🇸 🇮🇪 🇬🇧 🇪🇸 🇺🇸 10h
Confederate flag costs Georgetown Historical Society $14K in state funding - via
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Mississippi Asphalt Pavement Association 3h
Study-up on your gubernatorial candidates, Mississippi. See who values improving road and bridge infrastructure.
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Geoffrey Pender Jul 22
Mississippi governor candidates differ on whether to raise gas tax to fix roads and bridges
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Ms Madwoman 21h
My knee pads are worn. every day we pray
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DonJuan The Boy Wonder 🇧🇸 🇮🇪 🇬🇧 🇪🇸 🇺🇸 19h
"Staffing shortage at Mississippi Prison Industries increases risk for fraud" - those beautiful budget cuts are paying off hella returns! via
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Mississippi Today 23h
The has been busy the past eight sessions cutting taxes, yet, at least 60 percent of Mississippians, based on a recent poll, would be willing or somewhat willing to pay more taxes for education and for infrastructure.
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Yall Politics 22h
ICYMI: releases endorsements of Senators and Representatives READ MORE>>
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Mississippi Professional Educators 22h
Teacher Pay Raise: finalizes pay raise total. 9,834 (24% of total 40,991 eligible) teachers missed in original calculation. Additional cost of $18.5M. says will continue to work w/ leaders to secure $$ to fully fund pay raise.
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Ashton Pittman 23h
Cool. Maybe they can also carry Mississippi teachers a pay raise and fix our state’s mental health system?
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Yall Politics 23h
ICYMI: National Rifle Association PAC Endorses for Lieutenant Governor READ MORE>>
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Yall Politics Jul 22
. sat down with Y'all Politics about what he's accomplished as Ag and Commerce Commissioner and what he wants to continue after election day
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adrian shipman Jul 21
For the love of all things Mississippi, please vote for public education.
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Rep Tom Miles Jul 19
A picture is worth a thousand words. Unfortunately, this has become the reality of our education system. It's time to end the excessive testing, and
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