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Election Panel Recommends Early Voting and Online Registration

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The group believes the changes will increase voter turnout.

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Environmental Groups Say Gulf Ecosystem, Economy Are Linked

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

Environmental advocates say a healthy ecosystem and a healthy economy are closely linked, especially when it comes to tourism.

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Push Underway To Create Universal Bank Accounts For Mississippi Kids

Posted by Jeffrey Hess on

Bank accounts for all kids are seen as a way to improve the economic future of the children and the state.

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Cochran/Childers Make Final Push For Voters

Posted by Paul Boger on

The Republican and Democratic candidates are laying out arguments as to why they would be the best person to represent Mississippi.

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Domestic Violence Affects Thousands In Mississippi Annually

Posted by Evelina Burnett on

More than 2,000 women and children in Mississippi sought refuge at domestic violence shelters last year. 

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Expert: Mississippi Poverty And Health Intertwined

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A policy expert speaking in Mississippi today says it is impossible to separate poor public health from poverty

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Mississippi Edition: Thursday, Oct. 30th

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Senate candidates make their last push for voters. Then, one expert talks about the poverty/health connection. Plus, a look at new efforts to help victims of domestic violence. Also, bestseller Rick Bragg is back with a real "Killer" in this week's Book Club.

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Religious Leaders Joining Call For Nissan Canton Plant to Unionize

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Some Mississippi clergy are calling on Nissan's Plant in Canton to allow employees the opportunity to vote for unionization.

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Mississippi Edition: Wednesday, Oct. 29th

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We'll tell you about a new partnership that could bring millions to coastal recovery efforts. Then, a new scorecard ranks state leaders on education choice. Plus, Is that LBJ treading the boards in central Mississippi? 

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New Program Trains Young People For Restoration Jobs

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A new project is training young people on the Mississippi Gulf Coast in the skills needed for coastal restoration work.

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