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Operation Understanding DC Students visit Meridian

Posted: 07/23/2015 - Operation Understanding DC is a group of Jewish and African-American students from the Washington D.C. area that is learning about discrimination during the civil rights movement and how to eradicate discrimination in the future.

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New Agreement Reached in Foster Care Lawsuit

Posted: 07/22/2015 - Mississippi officials and plaintiffs in an 11-year-old lawsuit over conditions in the state's foster care system have reached another agreement.

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MSDH Advises Parents about Immunizations

Posted: 07/21/2015 - With only a few weeks left of summer, the Mississippi State Department of Health reminds parents that state law requires children to be immunized against childhood diseases to enter public or private school, Head Start or daycare.

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State Flags Lowered in Honor of Tennessee Servicemen

Updated: 07/21/2015 - Gov. Phil Bryant issued an executive order Tuesday lowering the U. S. flag and Mississippi flag at state buildings in honor of four Marines and a Navy petty officer who died in an attack on two military facilities in Chattanooga, Tenn.

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Supreme Court Upholds Tax Subsidies in Health Care Law

Updated: 06/25/2015 - Republican leaders in Mississippi are criticizing the Supreme Court's decision to let consumers continue receiving a subsidy that reduces out-of-pocket costs through the federal health insurance marketplace.

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Justices Rule for Church in Free Speech Case

Posted: 06/18/2015 - A unanimous U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of an Arizona church over a town's sign law that set tougher rules for signs that direct people to Sunday church services than for signs for political candidates and real estate agents.

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FEMA Sets Up Hotline

Posted: 06/16/2015 - With the 2015 hurricane season underway, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has launched a National Flood Insurance Program call center pilot program to help policyholders with claims.

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NHTSA Admits Flaws, Starts Reforms

Posted: 06/05/2015 - The U.S. government's auto safety agency admits that it didn't understand technology and wasn't skeptical enough to root out the General Motors ignition switch problem for more than a decade.

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