Sunday, March 29, 2020

Mississippi Center for Public Policy

READ ID implementation delayed

The REAL ID deadline of October 1, 2020 has been delayed a year because of the spread of the coronavirus in the United States....

Legislature pushes back return date

The legislature will not reconvene on April 1 as initially planned when the session was suspended last Wednesday.  HCR 65 halted the session and allowed...

Reeves clarifies restaurant executive order

Gov. Tate Reeves announced today that he is clarifying his executive order from earlier in the week after it caused confusion among some mayors. ...

Drones could play a role in the future of medical supply...

In many countries, commercial drones play a key role in the delivery of medical supplies, along with other critical needs. Five years ago, the...

What’s in the $2 trillion stimulus?

A $2 trillion stimulus bill to deal with the coronavirus pandemic passed by the U.S. Senate Wednesday has some components that might help some...

Crisis leadership lessons from history

Whether you are a leader in politics, a business, nonprofit, church, school, or community, you are probably asking yourself how you are going lead...

Board of Medical Licensure walks back part of regulation repeal

The Mississippi Board of Medical Licensure has amended a telemedicine proclamation and is limiting access to out-of-state physicians for the service. The Board issued...

Distilleries making hand sanitizer now that regulations are removed

A number of distilleries in Mississippi are producing a new item for sale as the coronavirus spreads and one very essential product is available...

Recalling hope amidst fear

Terror has washed over the globe as a virus has compromised hundreds of thousands of people. In an age where the world is more...

Reeves says he will sign executive order to suspend restaurant dine-in...

Gov. Tate Reeves announced today that he will be signing an executive order later today to close restaurant dining facilities in an effort to...