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Local Community College Students React to State of the State
During his State of the State Address Wednesday, Governor Phil Bryant expressed the need for more funds towards education. Video Video
Gov. Phil Bryant Gives State of the State Address Wed. Night
Wednesday night, Governor Phil Bryant gave his State of the State Address to Mississippi, highlighting areas where the Magnolia State has succeeded and where we can improve. Video Video
Bryant Wants More Funding Towards Community College Education
During his State of the State Address Wednesday, Governor Phil Bryant expressed the need for more funds for education. Video Video
Governor Bryant Creates Human Trafficking Task Force
Governor Phil Bryant has created a task force to address human trafficking in Mississippi.
State Lawmakers Plan to Run for Reelection this Year
State lawmakers from local state Senate and House representatives to the Governor plan to run for reelection this year. Video Video
Gov. Bryant Hopes to Bring Unmanned Vessels to the Coast
Governor Phil Bryant was on the Coast Wednesday afternoon introducing unmanned vehicle systems that could play a huge role in his national oceans and applications research at Stennis Space Center. Video Video
Gov. Phil Bryant Encourages Mississippians to Participate in 42nd National Hunting & Fishing Day
Gov. Phil Bryant is proud to join others from around the nation in celebrating the 42nd National Hunting and Fishing Day on Saturday, Sept. 27th.
Mississippi Reviewing Health Emergency Plans
At the request Gov. Phil Bryant, the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (M.E.M.A.), Mississippi State Department of Health (M.S.D.H.), and several other key state agencies are working closely together to ensure a coordinated response with the state's public health emergency plans.
Gov. Bryant Gives Check to W.A.M.A. to Repair AC
Governor Phil Bryant made an appearance at the Walter Anderson Museum in Ocean Springs Tuesday to help out with their broken air conditioning unit. Video Video
Gov. Bryant Pushes for More Tourism Money in State Budget
Tourism is a large part of what drives the Gulf Coast's economy and is important to many local business owners. Video Video
Gov. Bryant Holds Annual Tourism Conference in Biloxi
Governor Phil Bryant visited the Coast Tuesday for his annual Governor’s Tourism Conference at the Beau Rivage. Video Video
State Lawmakers Push for Tax Law Overhaul
Some local state lawmakers do not agree with Governor Phil Bryant's tax cut proposal. Video Video
‘A Banker In Every Classroom’
Mississippi bankers and teachers come together to teach personal finance in Mississippi schools.
Gov. Bryant Declares Fall Severe Weather Preparedness Week
Gov. Phil Bryant declares Oct. 27th-31st Fall Severe Weather Preparedness Week in Mississippi.
Local Schools Must Implement Common Core This School Year
This year, every classroom in Mississippi will be fully Common Core. Video Video
Mississippi Establishes Air Service Development Program
Earlier this week, the Governor signed Senate Bill 2785 which authorizes the creation of the Mississippi Air Service Development Program.
Governor Bryant Approves MS Air Service Development Program
A new Air Service Development Program may help attract more airlines to Mississippi airports. Video Video
Gov. Bryant at Odds w/ Obama Over Immigration
Governor Phil Bryant is at odds with President Obama. Video Video
Governor Bryant Frustrated About Baseball Delays
Governor Phil Bryant was on the Gulf Coast Tuesday and weighed in on the baseball stadium situation. Video Video
Stem Cell Research Bill on Governor Bryant's Desk
Another piece of legislation is sitting on Governor Bryant’s desk waiting to be signed. Senate Bill 2591 will allow the Mississippi Department of Health to establish an umbilical cord blood banking system. Video Video
Third Annual Gov. Phil Bryant’s 5K Run for Health Set for Saturday
Runners are gearing up for the third annual Governor Phil Bryant’s 5K Run for Health, set for this Saturday, June 21st.
Governor Bryant Signs Senate Bill 2681 Mississippi Religious Freedom Restoration Act
Governor Phil Bryant on Thursday signed Senate Bill 2681, the Mississippi Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
McDaniel Offers Prayers to Mississippians in Wake of Disaster, Thanks Governor Bryant for Swift Response
State Senator Chris McDaniel offered prayers and words of hope and resilience to Mississippians affected by the disastrous weather that struck Mississippi Monday, and thanks to Governor Phil Bryant's swift response in driving the state's relief effort.
Severe Weather Moving Across the State
Severe weather has been passing through in several parts of our state. Governor Phil Bryant earlier declared a state of emergency. Video Video
Bryant Plans to Sign Two New Bills Into Law
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant is ending the Legislative Session strong, planning to sign two bills passed by the House this week. Video Video
Gov. Bryant Declares June 2nd-6th as Hurricane Preparedness Week
Gov. Phil Bryant has declared the first week of June as Hurricane Preparedness Week in Mississippi to ensure residents are prepared for the upcoming tropical weather season, which officially begins Sunday.
Gov. Bryant Asks Obama for Federal Disaster Declaration
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant and the state's Congressional Delegation are asking President Barack Obama for a federal disaster declaration for tornado-ravaged areas of the Magnolia State. Video Video
Gov. Bryant Warns of Ongoing Flooding
Gov. Phil Bryant and the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency are warning residents about ongoing flooding within the state.
Port of Gulfport Continues Big Expansion Project
The Port of Gulfport is continuing its expansion project and estimates they will finish by 2016, but according to the regulations of the half billion dollar grant funding the project, the port must create or maintain over 2,000 jobs by 2015. Video Video
Gov. Bryant: MS Economy Growing in Strength, Conservative Budgeting Principles & Economic Development are Key
State receives fourth consecutive Silver Shovel Award for economic development success.
Mississippi Senate Adopts Bipartisan Criminal Justice Reform Measures
The Mississippi Senate today passed House Bill 585, an omnibus bill that includes Gov. Phil Bryant’s bipartisan criminal justice reform priorities.
Bill to Drug Test Welfare Recipients is on the Governor's Desk
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant is set to sign a bill that will allow drug screenings for welfare recipients. Video Video
State Board of Election Commissioners Change Military Voting
Governor, Secretary of State, and Attorney General work in conjunction with Department of Justice to ensure integrity of Military and Overseas voting.
Mississippi Governor’s Mansion, State Capitol “Light It Up Blue” for Autism Awareness
The Mississippi Governor’s Mansion and the Mississippi State Capitol will “Light it Up Blue” from 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014, until 12 a.m. on Thursday, April 3rd, 2014, in observance of World Autism Awareness Day.
Mississippi Legislature Passes Measures to Combat Teen Pregnancy, Enhance Education, and Public Safety
The Mississippi Legislature today passed several measures to bolster public safety and also passed bills to enhance public education and combat teen pregnancy.
Gov. Bryant Calls Special Legislative Session to Address Need for Additional Prosecutors
Gov. Phil Bryant Wednesday issued a proclamation calling lawmakers into a Special Legislative Session at 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014, to provide additional full-time assistant district attorneys in districts throughout Mississippi.
Gov. Bryant Passes Bill to Protect Employers' Rights
The Governor has signed a bill protecting employers’ rights to run background checks on potential employees. Video Video
Gov. Bryant Named Delta Regional Authority State Co-Chair
Gov. Phil Bryant has been named 2014 state co-chairman for the Delta Regional Authority (D.R.A.). Bryant assumed the role on Saturday during the D.R.A.’s annual Governors Quorum Meeting and replaces outgoing state co-chairman Missouri Governor Jay Nixon.
Governor Bryant Proclaims February Voter Registration Month
With the new photo identification requirement beginning June 3rd, Governor Phil Bryant and Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann want Mississippians to remember the key to our democracy lies with voting.
Mississippi Passes Law That Could Open Door to Discrimination
The Mississippi legislature passed a controversial law Tuesday that could open the door to discrimination against any group based on religious objections.
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