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FreightCar America notifies Roanoke of additional layoffs By Clip Syndicate FreightCar America notifies Roanoke of additional lay-offs, production halt in June ...Read More »
NMU receives grant to move forward with broadband service By Clip Syndicate NMU receives grant to move forward with broadband service ...Read More »
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School funding driven by state's economy By Clip Syndicate With sales taxes down, districts won't get much money this year; and the Legislature needs to ensure the half cent sales tax returns to the classrooms next year. ...Read More »
2017 Mississippi Legislature Session Ends By Clip Syndicate Today the Mississippi legislature ended its 2017 regular session, but will have to return later to pass budgets for the attorney general’s office and the Department of Transportation. Governor Phil Bryant will decide the starting date for a special session and he will set the agenda. The new budget year begins July 1st. Spending proposals for transportation and the attorney general died because of disputes before a deadline late Monday. The House and Senate wrapped up with other work today, four days before the scheduled end of the three month session. Just before leaving the capitol, House members said farewell to longtime Republican Representative Mark Formby of Picayune. He is leaving the legislature to join the three-member Workers Compensation Commission. ...Read More »
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Small Business Brings Big Growth By Clip Syndicate Small Business Brings Big Growth ...Read More »
Norfolk Bridge Closure Causes Controversy With Businesses By Clip Syndicate Norfolk bridge closure causes controversy with local businesses. ...Read More »
Legislature approves rainy day spending By Clip Syndicate State lawmakers give Governor Phil Bryant permission to withdraw another $50 million from the rainy day fund to cover deficits in the budget year that ends June 30th. This after Bryant made another round of cuts on Friday, bringing the total cuts to $171 million this fiscal year. The legislature’s move to shore up this year’s budget comes as House and Senate leaders remain at a standoff over parts of next year’s budget. A special session will likely be needed to approve spending plans for the Mississippi Department of Transportation, Attorney General Jim Hood’s office, and education before the 2018 budget year begins July 1st. ...Read More »

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