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Mississippians & Americans can't be forced to pay for abortions with their tax dollars, yet @PresElectBiden  is attempting to rev #ObamaCarert  to an rule to increase taxpayer funded abortions. We @HHSGovw @SecBecerrarote to asking for the withdrawal of this propo @SteveDainesed  rule.

PUBLISHER'S NOTE: "Here on the first anniversary of the old flag coming down, driving Mississippi reminds you of all of the integration work that white Mississippians have yet even to attempt. Taking down the flag and statues is just table stakes."

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@PresElectBiden ’ solution to the consequences of his reckless spending is to tell you inflation doesn’t matter. But Mississippians are feeling the #Bidenflationmpact  of every time they visit the store, go to the gas pump, or check their 401ks.

"That remains a fraught and divisive question for white Mississippians. Should you dig deep enough that you might come to hate a place you also love?" Wright Thompson, @TheAtlantic  #longreads 

#OTD 1890, White men assassinated F.M.B. “Marsh” Cook, Republican candidate for Congress, after he criticized Constitutional Convention aimed at “restoring” white supremacy & stripping mississippians'>Black Mississippians of #VotingRights . #FridayMorning  #FlashbackFriday 

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Bob Moses, a civil rights leader and education advocate who was a key figure in helping mississippians'>Black Mississippians register to vote in the ’60s, has died at the age of 86

Looking forward to cheering on all of the Mississippians competing in Tokyo. Tune in now on NBC to watch the opening ceremony!

Education deserts, tuition expense limits higher ed opportunities for rural Mississippians

It is a pleasure to welcome Tracy Harden of Rolling Fork, Mississippi – a vocal advocate for the Yazoo Backwater Pump Project – to Washington. Her testimony at today’s @EPWMaj  hearing will provide insight into the devastating impact of flooding on Mississippians. #FinishthePumps 

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. @FLOTUSBiden  shields eyes and holds hands with a young middle schooler nervous about the vaccination, clapping when it’s over seconds later. Only 32% of Mississippians have been fully vaccinated, making it among the lowest numbers by state in the country.

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“Get your shots, friends,” Gov. Tate Reeves of Mississippi said when he announced that “all Mississippians” will be eligible to receive Covid vaccines starting Tuesday. The change in eligibility presumably extends only to adults.

Mississippians go wild, spring breakers tear it up in Miami and masks are torched in Idaho as COVID restrictions lifted

Weeks after the winter storms, thousands of mississippians'>Black Mississippians still don't have running water

Mississippians voted overwhelmingly for a new state flag, without the confederate symbol there since 1894. "I have a renewed sense of hope for my grandchildren & great grandchildren,'' says state Supreme Ct justice Reuben Anderson, flag commission chair

“If you love the president, join him, be patriotic and wear a mask…If you don't like the president, then just wear a mask to spite him.” Gov. Tate Reeves pleads with Mississippians to wear masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Money meant to help poor Mississippians was instead used to buy luxury cars and sponsor a college baseball tournament.

While most states’ governors were issuing stay-at-home orders, Tate Reeves steadfastly refused to make any moves beyond closing public schools, declaring a state of emergency, and advising Mississippians to trust in the “power of prayer.”

UPDATE: So far, 20 Mississippians have been tested for the coronavirus and, as of today, all results have come back negative.

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Early advice to single male Mississippians from the new man in town, Mike Leach!

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