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70 million years ago the Mississippi was nowhere near as large as it would become.

Cracked interstate bridge over the Mississippi River reopens after nearly three months of repairs

Mississippi’s own Brittney Reese has won a Silver Medal in the Women’s Long Jump! Well done, Brittney -- you have made your country proud! #Olympics 

Warnock meets with a group of voters from Mississippi who had trouble voting in 2020. They asked him to protect voting rights. “I’ll do everything I can,” he said

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In bringing home a silver medal, Brittney Reese seals her legacy as one of the greatest long jumpers of all time. She ends her Olympic career on a high note, and Mississippi and America are bursting with pride! Congratulations, @DaLJBeast ! #TokyoOlympics 

Mississippi has taken center stage in a growing nationwide push to #protecttheunborn . Since Mississippi enacted its new law in 2018, Texas, Missouri, & Indiana have passed a wave of #prolife  bills. Now, states are linking arms to defend them in court.

Our bipartisan infrastructure deal could create a new Mississippi River bridge in Baton Rouge, a new bridge over the Calcasieu River ship channel, I-49 north and I-49 south. It's a good deal, and will see real solutions for Louisiana.

Vaccinations increase in Mississippi for first time in months - The Hill

After 25 years of planning, the City of Champlin is moving forward on a massive project to redevelop a stretch of land along the Mississippi River.

Some patients ‘would rather die than get the vaccine,’ says Mississippi doctor

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Two Black students were named valedictorian and salutatorian for West Point High School. But after the parents of two white students claimed a grade calculation error, the Mississippi school added their children as co-valedictorian and co-salutatorian.

"The bill signed by President Biden would give Mississippi - the poorest state in the country - an estimated $600 million to expand Medicaid to roughly 200,000 to 300,000 people in the state." Health insurance for 250,000 people! Governor Reeves says no.

JUST IN: The House of Representatives has approved legislation making lynching a federal hate crime for the first time in U.S. history. The Emmett Till Anti-Lynching Act was named for the 14-year-old teenager who was lynched in Mississippi in the 1950s.

My team and I are closely monitoring extremely dangerous Hurricane Sally. We are fully engaged with State & Local Leaders to assist the great people of Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi. Be ready and listen to State and Local Leaders! @LtGovIvey  @LouisianaGov  @tatereeves 

The governor of Mississippi just read a list of 2020 HS graduates during virtual-graduation and someone slipped-in the name "Harry Azcrac" on him...???

Brett LOVES Wisconsin, Mississippi and Minnesota. A good golfer - hits it LONG!

Congressman @StevenPalazzo is doing a fantastic job for the people of Mississippi. He strongly supports our #MAGA  Agenda. Steven will continue to protect your #2A , & Support our INCREDIBLE Vets & Military. Steven has my Complete Endorsement. VOTE for Steven tomorrow, March 10th!

It is just astonishing that he’s really doing this: “MississippiChurches, Stores Reopen As Governor Overrides Mayors’ COVID-19 Orders”

Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, North Dakota and Washington—I am once again asking that you get out and vote today. Do it for our kids and grandkids who deserve a habitable planet. Find your polling place here:

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Congressman Michael Guest@GuestCongress ) is an incredible fighter for the Great State of Mississippi. Michael is strong on Crime and the Border, he loves our Military and Vets. Michael has my Complete and Total Endorsement! Get out and Vote for Michael tomorrow, March 10th!

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