The Harrison County Republican Women’s Club heard from a black woman and a member of the Sons of the Confederacy at their meeting in Gulfport. Both favor the Mississippi state flag and it appears most all of the women do too.
Thousands of bills — dealing with everything from beer to equal pay to venomous snakes and Child Protective Services — were filed in the Mississippi legislature this term. Most bills not voted out of committee by Tuesday night are dead for this session. Here’s some we’ve been following.
Those supporting an independent Mississippi Arts Commission said prayers, made phone calls and held their collective breaths Tuesday before they received word that both House and Senate bills to abolish the MAC died in committee.