The bottom 60% of Mississippi’s income earners would be paying more in taxes under a House proposal while the top 40% would be paying less.
Last updated: March 8, 2021
35% of total population fully vaccinated.
new cases of the coronavirus and 297,651 total cases in Mississippi. 97% not vaccinated, 3% fully vaccinated
new deaths reported and a total of 6,808 deaths in Mississippi. 85% not vaccinated, 15% fully vaccinated
of hospitalizations not vaccinated, 11% fully vaccinated
At no point during the legislative process could a supporter pinpoint a time in which this issue has come up at an educational institution in Mississippi.
The House kept alive a bill that opponents say would politicize a state agency that has remained above that fray for more than 100 years.
Mississippi Today Editor-At-Large Marshall Ramsey sits down with award-winning director Tate Taylor, who discusses his career, living in Natchez and film in Mississippi.
Teachers in Mississippi work second and third jobs to make ends meet and support their families, and a proposed $1,000 yearly raise for them would do little to change that.
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A House panel gutted a Senate medical marijuana proposal and inserted the language voters passed as a constitutional amendment in November.