Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Mississippi Center for Public Policy

Recap: The declining health of Mississippi’s pension system

Every wondered about the true status of Mississippi’s pension system and what reforms we need to make to turn those numbers around? Or do...

Masks and curfew coming to Jackson as Lumumba reluctantly opens city

Saying for the second time that he is only allowing Jackson businesses to reopen because of an earlier order from Gov. Tate Reeves opening...

Baseball season is here, at least for the kids

Two months after youth baseball was put on hold in Brandon, the sounds and smells of young boys and girls hitting the diamond returned...

Gym owners ticketed for reopening early

“We were issued a citation for reopening our gym on Monday, April 27. “Our gym was ordered to close by government order on April...

CARES Act funds belong in the private sector

Thanks to government action, and through no fault of their own, private sector companies have taken it on the chin for two months now. ...

Stop letting regulations limit technology

Technology has done amazing things for us, as individuals and as a society. We take our ability to order items online and have them...

Barber shops and salons to reopen

Gov. Tate Reeves announced today that salons, barber shops, and gyms in Mississippi will be able to reopen after being closed for over a...

Students for Life at Ole Miss coordinates Mother’s Day baby registry

As the coronavirus pandemic is reaching its climax, Mississippi families are struggling to get by. Despite efforts from both the state and federal government...

Telepharamcy offers access, convenience, and social distancing

Healthcare has long lagged behind other industries when it comes to innovation. But that is usually because of regulations, not because of a lack...

The self-imposed lockdown has all but ended in Mississippi

While some businesses remain closed, most noticeably barbers and salons, a good chunk of the economy in Mississippi either never shut down or is...