If the American Civil Liberties Union of Mississippi has its way, the flow of military-grade armored vehicles from federal surplus to local law enforcement will return to sender.
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Sweetheart deals don’t get any better than this.
A 10-year contract with no competition gets a two-year extension, even before the contract expires.Read More →
Each July 1, all of the laws passed by the Mississippi Legislature go into effect. Here are some of the laws that went live Tuesday.Read More →
Entergy is dipping its proverbial toes into the solar power waters with a new experimental project in Mississippi, and the company may raise its rates, as well.Read More →