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Federal Court Refuses To Reconsider Decision On Mississippi's Last Abortion Clinic

Posted by Paul Boger

Mississippi's only abortion clinic will remain open after a federal appeals court refused to reconsider stopping a 2012 abortion law from taking effect. 

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Mississippians React To Immigration Changes

Posted by Evelina Burnett

Immigration rights advocates in Mississippi react to the president's plan to extend temporary relief from deportation to more children and to the parents of U.S. citizens.

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Tidelands Funds Total $9.5 Million This Year

Posted by Evelina Burnett

The Mississippi Gulf Coast will receive more than $9 million dollars this year from the lease of its tidelands. 

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Anti-Smoking Activists Pushing Lawmakers to Pass Statewide Smoking Ban

Posted by Paul Boger

Mississippi lawmakers are being asked to pass a statewide smoking ban in public places. 

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Public Education Advocates Speak Out Against Governor's 2016 Budget

Posted by Paul Boger

Education advocates believe Governor Phil Bryant's proposed 2016 budget would once again shortchange Mississippi's public school system.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, Nov. 19th

Posted by Ezra Wall

A Gulf Coast program connects the homeless with services they need to survive. A new partnership in Adams County hopes to improve well-being by 20 percent. And find out how a new video game could improve financial literacy among students.

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Biloxi Event Offers Services for the Homeless

Posted by Evelina Burnett

About 200 people attended this year’s Project Homeless Connect in Biloxi, which brings together social service agencies and others to provide a variety of services for the homeless.

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Officials Hope Football Video Game Will Help Promote Financial Literacy

Posted by Paul Boger

Mississippi ranks dead last in the nation when it comes to financial literacy, but efforts are under way to improve fiscal understanding.

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Mississippi Hospital Prepares Isolation Treatment Facility

Posted by Paul Boger

Mississippi's largest medical facility is converting a recently decommissioned patient-care building into an isolation and treatment facility for possible Ebola cases. 

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Gov. Bryant Pushes Budget With $78 Million Tax Cut

Posted by Paul Boger

Governor Phil Bryant is urging lawmakers to support a proposed state budget that would include a tax cut for families making less than $50,000 a year.

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