Mississippi might become the 11th state to pass ‘Right to Try’ legislation that would give terminally-ill patients access to experimental drugs.Read More →
A cap on Kemper Project power plant construction costs is still in effect, meaning that theoretically Mississippi Power can’t raise rates and cite the $6.2 billion plant as the reason.
However, Mississippi Power’s position is that under state law, the PSC and the Legislature determine utility rates and can authorize increases that exceed the cap.Read More →
There will be no joy in Tupelo, Starkville, Biloxi, Greenwood, Liberty or Gluckstadt come tax time. Both had grand tax cut plans that have come to naught as Gov. Phil Bryant will have nothing to sign.Read More →
By Steve Wilson | Mississippi Watchdog
If the experience with the nation’s oldest integrated coal gasification power plant is any guide, Mississippi Power has a steep learning curve ahead as it tries to bring its troubled Kemper Project power plant into operation.
Mississippi Power’s Kemper Project power plant, designed to convert high-moisture lignite coal into a natural […]
Thomas Blanton filed a response Wednesday to Mississippi Power’s request for a rehearing with the Mississippi Supreme Court in the Kemper caseRead More →
Could a ban on LOL and LMAO lead to more crashes in Mississippi? A study from a research organization that supports a texting-while-driving ban, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, has shown an increase in crashes in three of four states examined after texting bans took effect.Read More →