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Bryant Establishes Oyster Council to Revitalize Populations

Hurricane Katrina and the BP oil spill dealt a serious blow to the oyster industry.

Governor Signs Exec Order to Start Oyster Council on Coast

Bryant says he rarely signs executive orders, but feels the oyster industry never got running on full cylinders after Hurricane Katrina.

Gov. Bryant Speaks at M.D.M.R. Promotion Ceremony

The Governor emphasized how all law enforcement risk their lives each day for strangers, regardless of age, race, or political party.

Gov. Bryant Addresses Issue of Teen Pregnancy in MS

Mississippi ranks among the top in the nation for teen pregnancies.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Governor Bryant Creates Human Trafficking Task Force

Governor Phil Bryant has created a task force to address human trafficking in Mississippi.

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