Can anyone spare an extra $10,700 for each Mississippi taxpayer?Read More →
As Mississippi students head back to school, their teachers are taking home a healthy pay raise. And those extra Benjamins are going a lot farther.Read More →
A judge will determine a dispute over alleged voter fraud in absentee ballots cast from Sunland Park, the site of numerous political controversies.Read More →
The battle over Mississippi Power’s Kemper Project $5.53 billion first of its kind “clean coal” power plant has been waged in the hearing room at the Public Service Commission and in the Mississippi Supreme Court.Read More →
Matt Entenza got smoked again in a third quest for statewide office, even with all the zeroes on his personal contribution checks.
Yet if antipathy could be monetized, the former Minnesota House minority leader got more than his money’s worth in challenging incumbent Minnesota State Auditor Rebecca Otto, a fellow member of the Democratic-Farmer-Labor party.
“This really felt like an ambush, like a drive-by political assassination that he tried to pull off that backfired big time,” said Larry Jacobs, a University of Minnesota political science professor. “I frankly didn’t hear of any real support for him.”Read More →