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Artur Davis Running For Mayor

Updated: 01/23/2015 - Former U.S. Rep. Artur Davis is entering the race for mayor of Montgomery, Ala.

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Roy Noble Lee Dies at 99

Updated: 01/22/2015 - Roy Noble Lee, who served 16 years on the Mississippi Supreme Court and retired as chief justice in 1993, has died at his home in Forest.

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Group Pushes for Disclosure of Insurance Costs

Posted: 01/22/2015 - A group of lawmakers and residents from the Mississippi Gulf Coast are again pushing a bill that would require insurance companies to disclose how much they're charging customers by geographic area.

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Burnham Withdraws from Race

Updated: 01/21/2015 - Northeast Middle School principal, Billy Burnham, said Wednesday he's withdrawing from the race for Lauderdale County school superintendent.

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Senate Bill Labeled 'Tim Tebow Act'

Posted: 01/21/2015 - An effort is underway in Mississippi to get homeschooled students the same access to extracurricular activities as those in traditional classrooms.

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Lawmakers File Bills Ahead of Deadline

Posted: 01/19/2015 - Mississippi legislators faced a midnight Monday deadline to file general bills to be considered during the 2015 session.

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Reeves Releases 2015 Agenda

Updated: 01/19/2015 - Mississippi Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves Monday released his agenda for the 2015 legislative session. Among them is eliminating the vehicle inspection sticker.

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Bryant Says Voters Can Decide Funding Issue

Posted: 01/15/2015 - Gov. Phil Bryant says it's "condescending" for people to suggest Mississippi voters might be confused by having two education funding proposals on this November's ballot.

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Musgrove Asks Judge to Order Payments

Posted: 01/14/2015 - Former Gov. Ronnie Musgrove is asking a judge to order Mississippi to pay more than $200 million that 21 school districts say they're owed from past school under-funding.

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Lawmakers Debate Education Funding Initiatives

Updated: 01/14/2015 - Mississippi lawmakers had a heated debate about education Tuesday, with some legislators stepping in to say 'you can try to change the Constitution, but we don't like the way you want to change it'.

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Supervisors Cited by Ethics Commission

Updated: 01/13/2015 - The Mississippi Ethics Commission has ruled that the Lauderdale County Board of Supervisors violated the state's Open Meetings Act.

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