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1 Lawsuit challenging state voting law likely to be dropped, following passage of Resolution 47
2 Survey: Food Insecurity, Lack of Support Remain Top Challenges for Mississippians Receiving SNAP
3 Racists will not rob my sons, or me, of hope: MCJ supports protesters
4 Law Center Praises Mississippi's Vote for Racial Justice
5 Coronavirus: Mississippi Center for Justice launches mask drive for prisons, jails
6 Mississippi Center for Justice: Change the state flag
7 Fight for DACA, Dreamers continues in Mississippi
8 Mississippi Center for Justice files lawsuit to bolster absentee voting
9 Life without parole for juveniles isn't rare in Mississippi, despite Supreme Court ruling
10 Mississippi Center for Justice files motion to prevent evictions through July
11 City repeals law limiting pro-life outreach at Mississippi’s sole abortion clinic
12 Longtime judge, pioneer for Mississippi women leaders, dies
13 Protesters, man with gun at protest fined after trials in Petal Municipal Court
14 Embattled mental health agency puts message-crafter in charge
15 Supreme Court Says Life Without Parole Should Be Rare for Juveniles—But It's Not Rare in Mississippi
16 Motion: Stop Mississippi evictions during the coronavirus pandemic
17 COVID-19 kills twice as many in Mississippi's poorest counties, three times higher than the wealthiest
18 Longtime Mississippi judge, pioneer for women leaders has died
19 Rep. Steven Palazzo investigation: Is his campaign account a slush fund?
20 Lawsuit: Mississippi inmates not adequately tested for COVID-19, don't have soap
21 COVID-19 Kills Twice as Many in Mississippi's Poorest Counties—Areas Where Slavery Was Concentrated
22 When I was sick and struggling, Medicaid expansion was my lifeline. Our state needs it too
23 In Mississippi, vote-by-mail rules make it hard to actually vote by mail
24 A conversation with Orlansky on work of center for justice
25 Progressive Criminal Justice Ballot Initiatives Won Big in the 2020 Election
26 Curtis Flowers will finally be freed. Prosecutorial misconduct remains a problem.
27 Ridgeland man arrested in apartment shooting
28 One of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's favorite cases originated in
29 OPINION: COVID-19 Recovery Plan Needs Bipartisan Oversight, Lessons from Katrina
30 Judge orders landlords to restore power to Lee County residents during COVID-19 spread
31 Mississippi Supreme Court denies motion preventing evictions through July
32 Juneteenth 2020: Here are 4 ways to celebrate in the Jackson metro
33 RELEASE: Progressive Criminal Justice Ballot Initiatives Won Big in the 2020 Election, New CAP Column Finds
34 See 37 New Orleans streets, sites up for renaming, and who would be newly honored
35 Ann Kelly Raley Obituary
36 What does use of force by law enforcement look like across Mississippi?
37 East Biloxi loses an icon. She shared MS Coast climate issues across the world.
38 Expand Medicaid: Mississippians without jobs amid pandemic, no where to turn
39 Justice Institute challenges Lumumba open carry ban in federal court
40 Supreme Court: Some with pre-existing health conditions might not be allowed to vote early
41 Trump rule eases effort to strip-mine near Okefenokee Swamp
42 Mississippi bans abortion based on race, sex, genetic issues
43 Voters could remove Jim Crow law designed to thwart African American-backed candidates
44 Why are the Mississippi Supreme Court candidates running? Here's what they said
45 AG Dismisses Case Against Curtis Flowers
46 Best Art Books of 2020
47 Mississippi to vote on Jim Crow-era law designed to secure 'white supremacy' in state politics
48 'Finally free': Mississippi AG drops case against Curtis Flowers, tried 6 times for the same crime
49 Mississippi voters with preexisting medical conditions may vote absentee
50 Over half of Mississippi renters could face eviction without help from Congress
51 Picture of economy is worrisome | News, Sports, Jobs
52 Lawsuit seeks to end lifetime voting ban for some crimes
53 COVID-19 testing approach in Mississippi prisons ‘inadequate and dangerous,’ lawyer says
54 Advocates: Lawmakers target poor after top officials allegedly steal $4M of welfare money
55 Free legal clinic on expungement and foreclosure happening Thursday, Friday
56 NAACP chapter's president-elect sets goal of countywide reach
57 Orlansky on advocacy work with center
58 After victories, Medicaid expansion revisited in Mississippi
59 Rogers restaurant giving back with Thanksgiving meals for those in need
60 Coronavirus updates: Thanksgiving parade goes on without crowds; millions travel for the holiday; CDC projects 321K deaths
61 Lawsuit: Mississippi Voting Laws Cause Risk During Pandemic
62 Justice Dept. Says It Will Investigate Deadly Conditions at Four Mississippi Prisons
63 Woman issued eviction notice despite governor’s executive order
64 Flag change only first step: Mississippi still has a lot of work to do
65 MS Center for Justice to host expungement events
66 Lawsuits attempt to put Mississippi in mainstream on felony voting, Legislature avoids issue
67 Winning Votes in Mississippi Address Systemic Racism
68 Weekend Read: Department of Justice may force Mississippi to fix deadly prison system
69 Charges against Curtis Flowers dismissed | • The Star-Herald • Kosciusko, Mississippi
70 Vote-by-mail restrictions in Mississippi leave voters frustrated and confused
71 Mississippi Supreme Court Denies COVID-19 Relief Reasoning Lack of Constitutional Authority
72 MS Legislature Proposes Constitutional Amendment To Repeal Discriminatory Election Scheme from 1890 Constitution
73 Miss. Center for Justice Files Federal Lawsuit Over Felons Voting
74 State health officer, experts discuss health disparities
75 After victories in other states, Medicaid expansion revisited in Mississippi
76 Worried about being evicted during the COVID-19 pandemic? Here’s a list of Coast resources.
77 Apple backing MCJ legal push to help minorities, poor
78 What Were Reading Top State Stories
79 Voters to consider simplifying electoral process for statewide office
80 Absentee voting begins today in Mississippi, here's what you need to know
81 ‘Stressful.’ Coast residents laid off during COVID-19 are fighting evictions in court
82 Mississippi voters and COVID-19: Lawsuit filed over absentee ballot provision
83 Can Curtis Flowers receive financial compensation for wrongful imprisonment?
84 MJI comments on lawsuit as Jackson order suspending open carry allowed to expire
85 Cancer Alley Community Leaders Are Cautious As Biden Picks Their Fossil Fuel-Friendly Congressman for White House Role
86 Mississippi ranks last when it comes to access to justice; Tiffany Graves hopes to change that
87 Heir property is precious and must be protected
88 Mississippi beginning statewide stay-home order amid virus
89 After ICE raids: How to help or get help in Mississippi
90 Mississippi Justice Institute Sues Mayor Lumumba for Open-Carry Order
91 AG Fitch taking abortion ban ruling to US Supreme Court
92 Deep South News Digest | State and Regional News |
93 White Prosecutor, Doug Evans, Asks to Recuse Himself From Curtis Flowers Case
94 Mississippi bill would ban abortion for race, sex, genetics
95 Clean Energy and Climate Legislation: RFF's Policy Leadership Series with Mary Landrieu
96 Mississippi could drop Jim Crow-era statewide voting process
97 Mississippi GOP see Biden-Harris as "most radically leftist ticket in American history" as Democrats celebrate
98 New report finds number of uninsured children increasing
99 a conversation with McGowan on immigration law division
100 Mississippi seeks to dismiss lawsuit on elections amid COVID