Friday, March 22, 2019

Mississippi Center for Public Policy

Just a few days left in the legislative session

The Mississippi legislature’s session is winding down, with only a few bills left on the calendars for both chambers. The next deadline for general...

MCPP commends Gov. Bryant for signing Fetal Heartbeat bill

The Mississippi Center for Public Policy commends Governor Phil Bryant for capping off a lifetime of pro-life public service by signing the Fetal Heartbeat...

Little appetite for food freedom in Mississippi

A few years ago, the Mississippi legislature adopted a cottage food operators law, bringing the industry, those who bake goods at home and then...

Mississippi has over 100,000 regulations on the books

According to a study, wading through Mississippi’s morass of regulations would take 13 weeks to absorb its 9.3 million words and 117,558 restrictions. Even...

6 things the next governor of Mississippi should do

Far too many candidates for office, Republicans and Democrats, believe long-term prosperity can be achieved from increased government spending and centralized programs and plans....

What does the future hold for Medicaid?

The leader of Mississippi’s Medicaid program warned taxpayers Monday that the long-term health of the program is in jeopardy absent reform. Drew Snyder is...

How does charitable giving in Mississippi compare to other states?

A new report outlines the continued generosity of Mississippians. While many complain that Mississippi is usually first on the bad lists and last on...

Officials announce new incentives for Kohler

Gov. Phil Bryant joined officials from Kohler Industries Tuesday to celebrate a $20 million expansion of the Wisconsin-based company’s Hattiesburg facility. Just a few...

The least popular company in America?

Few items can unify Americans more than a universal disdain for the government. A recent Axios Harris Poll tracked the reputation of the most...

Criminal justice reform, donor privacy, Fresh Start Act among bills that...

Wednesday was the fourth big deadline in the Mississippi legislature for general, non-revenue, bills to be approved by the entire opposite chamber. The next...