There is a nationwide trend to roll back professional licensing requirements and Mississippi is... READ MORE
The best part of living in Clarke County is the people. Twenty years ago, you would have been hard-pressed to convince me that mattered. You would have also had a hard time convincing me I would spend the rest of my life here, much less that I would want to do that. But wi
A federal lawsuit that seeks to have a Mississippi Senate district’s boundaries changed before the 2019 elections probably deserves to be rejected. But the case brings up a question about voting that has vexed the country for more than 50 years.
Sometimes a conversation at church can spark an idea for a law. That happened in early May, when my longtime friend Leland Speed told me about the success of the Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, commonly known as JROTC, in the Jackson Public School system.
The election sticker flap is another recent indicator that next year’s general election for Mississippi governor and lieutenant governor could be a heck of a lot more exciting than in 2015. If Attorney General Jim Hood and State Rep.