Feinstein’s death should prompt more debate on politicians’ age
The siren song of power keeps leaders in place too long, diminishing their legacies and undermining trust in our system of government. Dianne Feinstein deserved better. So too do the American people.
Medicaid reimbursement proposal significant for Mississippi hospitals
Division of Medicaid Executive Director Drew Snyder describes the proposal to change Medicaid reimbursement rates made by Gov. Tate Reeves, says there are four key advantages to the approach.
Republicans Squabble Through Messy 2nd Debate in California
This intense desire to break out of the pack – to emerge as the clear alternative to Trump – led to frequent cross-talk that made it difficult for the television audience to hear, and to constant interrupting and pointed insults by the seven candidates.
Legislators facing a swarm of funding challenges after the current election cycle ends
Columnist Sid Salter says education and public health care always dominate public spending in Mississippi, but in 2024 hospitals and PERS will impact what’s left for lawmakers to divide up.
History in the U.S. House: McCarthy ousted as Speaker
Henifin to oversee Jackson sewer system along with water services
MAMA brings together resources for mothers seeking assistance
Green’s “The 48 Laws of Power” worth a read when considering business management, leadership
Why businesses should support a Citizens Police Academy