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1 At least 3 Mississippi legislative races going to runoffs
2 Mississippi auditor targets professor over 'scholar strike'
3 4 special elections will fill Mississippi legislative seats
4 Mississippi special election: All four legislative contests are going to a runoff
5 Jarvis Dortch resigns from MS House of Representatives
6 Mississippians push to engage voters ahead of Oct. 5 registration deadline
7 Four Special Elections Will Fill Mississippi Legislative Seats
8 Mississippi voters head to polls Tuesday to fill four open legislative seats
9 Mississippi to vote on Jim Crow-era law designed to secure 'white supremacy' in state politics
10 Analysis: GOP keeps control amid special legislative races
11 Voters cast ballots in District 66 special election
12 Special elections set for September 22. Is one in your district?
13 Mississippi special election to replace several resigned state lawmakers
14 State legislative special elections to be held in Mississippi
15 Why COVID-19 is hitting Black communities hardest, and how US state policies help (or hurt)
16 Councilman De'Keither Stamps and Bob Lee headed to a run off, October 13
17 Mississippi ALCU discusses impact on Breonna Taylor decision
18 Mississippi Rep. Dortch resigns, takes job with ACLU – Ballotpedia News
19 Fabian Nelson could be the LGBTQ lawmaker Mississippi needs
20 Governor Under Fire as COVID-19 Spreads, Testing Begins at Fairgrounds
21 Meet the Candidates: Mississippi House District 66
22 Democrat Dortch leaves Mississippi House to lead state ACLU
23 YP Special Elections Series: De'Keither Stamps for MS House District 66
24 Jarvis Dortch
25 Jackson city councilman running for House District 66 seat
26 Mississippi state flag officially retired after 126 years
27 Mississippi Reforms Stalled Over 'Largest Corruption Scandal' in State History
28 Mike Espy's money coming from increasingly radical wing of Democratic party
29 The Mississippi flag will no longer bear the Confederate emblem
30 Which bills survived and died on committee deadline day at the State Capitol
31 Governor Sends National Guard to D.C., Unclear Whether Will Patrol Jackson Protests
32 With three days left in legislative session, Black lawmakers urge action on Mississippi flag
33 Find out how each lawmaker voted on bill to change state flag
34 Black Mississippians Suffered 72% of COVID-19 Deaths; Many Tests Don't Track Race
35 Latest Mississippi news, sports, business and entertainment at 5:20 p.m. CDT
36 Burl Cain, former Louisiana prison warden, to lead MDOC
37 CORDER: Non-profit media bias alive and well in Mississippi
38 Operation Give Back in Utica to provide groceries for seniors
39 Hinds County Elections: Safety Measures, Poll Changes and Jobs for 125 Poll Workers for Nov. 3 | JFP Mobile
40 A political fight over watermelons
41 Miss. leaders release statement after visit to Parchman; describe ‘breeding ground for bad situation’
42 Statewide Gas Taxes a Bridge Too Far for Lt. Gov.-elect Hosemann
43 How TANF dollars are allowed to funnel into non-profits
44 Bill dubbed an 'attack on poor people' passes out of House
45 Legislative leaders plan early return to Jackson to strip Gov. Tate Reeves of CARES Act spending authority
46 State representative kicks in door at Capitol
47 Mississippi embezzlement scheme: Red flags raised on TANF spending for years
48 Mississippi's Jarvis Dortch says Brad Oberhausen's watermelon giveaway was racist
49 Child hunger in Mississippi is real. Let's solve the food insecurity problem.
50 Hyde-Smith files Gold Star Week resolution to honor the families of the fallen
51 As Covid-19 rips through black communities, African American leaders demand inclusion on response teams
52 With No Relief In Sight, Jackson Small Business Owners Struggle
53 $400K in welfare funds spent on lobbying officials
54 Here's where House members stand on changing the Mississippi state flag
55 Alleged TANF Fraud Follows Years of Individual Recipient Rejections
56 Miss. forfeits $1 million daily in Medicaid funds. Could the money help the 77000 uninsured citizens battling mental illness?
57 Gov. Tate Reeves put himself in a no-win political position during state flag debate
58 YP Daily Roundup 10/7/19 | Mississippi Politics and News
59 #MSLeg: Can tax breaks help Mississippi fight its 'brain drain' problem?
60 Kanye West booted off ballot in Wisconsin, Ohio and Illinois
61 Mississippi is one signature away from most restrictive abortion law in the U.S.
62 2020 Legislative Preview: GOP In Charge, But Conflict Ahead?
63 Dem lawmaker on 6-week abortion ban: GOP 'not brave enough' to ban it outright
64 Brain Drain Bill Passes House
65 #MSLEG: Teacher shortage bills call for free car tags, better pay
66 Mississippi forfeits $1M daily in Medicaid funds. How does it affect the mentally ill?
67 Mississippi Confederate statues remain at U.S. Capitol as Arkansas makes change
68 Measure to protect patients from surprise medical bills dies
69 Human Services leaves $13M in child care funds on the table
70 OPINION: Jay Hughes and the Apostasy of 'White Democrats' in Mississippi
71 House Passes $100 Million Transportation Legislation In Bipartisan Vote
72 Mississippi leads the U.S. in losing millennials
73 Group: Miss. leaves millions in federal aid unspent
74 District: $59.9M school bond carries no tax hike
75 Gov. Bryant wants Medicaid eligibility under Human Services, alludes to work requirement
76 How State Agencies Dance with Privatization
77 Miss. bill would computerize Medicaid records, audit recipients
78 Strong Jackson are support for Jim Hood
79 Mississippi Medicaid director resigns
80 Some Mississippi teachers could become exempt from state income taxes
81 Poor Results for Charter Schools Expected, For Now
82 Sanctions upheld against band after questionable program
83 Legislature passes funding bills, wraps up special session in a day
84 MDHS confirms most new applicants rejected for welfare
85 'Promises after promises': State workers, stuck under stagnant wages, have no guarantee of life without poverty
86 The who, what and how much of Mississippi Medicaid
87 Wide receiver depth charts 2020: Who is starting, who’s a backup for every NFL team
88 'Lives are at stake': Judge to rule soon on Mississippi's controversial six-week abortion ban
89 Urban, Rural Areas Need Food Stores, Health Clinics
90 Major upsets noted in DeSoto County
91 #MSLeg: Lawmakers push abortion ban after fetal heartbeat is detectable, or about 6 weeks
92 Lawmakers mandate Medicaid redo managed care contract, under House bill
93 State lawmakers endorse Clinton for Dem primary
94 New formula seeks $107M more for state aid to K-12 schools
95 New representatives, senators begin legislative session
96 Mississippi not talking about the wealthy people on Medicaid
97 Mississippi Must Help Neediest Families Now, Advocates Demand
98 Will audit of Medicaid recipients pay off?
99 Meet the 2019 All-Birmingham HS Football Team
100 Parents' Conundrum: Mississippi Charter Schools