Phil Bryant

Governor Bryant on Trump Win

After months of an unpredictable and unique election season, Donald Trump was declared the 45th president of the United States. Among those celebrating a Trump win was Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant. The governor and state Republican leaders held an election…

Governor Bryant Appeals LGBT Decision

Governor Phil Bryant is asking a federal appeals court to uphold a state law that allows merchants and government employees to cite religious beliefs to deny or delay services to same-sex couples. U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves blocked the law…

Presidential Debate

If you weren’t watching the Saints game last night, you probably had you’re eyes fixed on the big debate. Candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton shared the stage for the first time at the presidential debate. The two candidates expressed…

Governor Bryant Speaks at Legislative Luncheon

Today, Governor Phil Bryant spoke in front of a group of city leaders, business leaders and elected officials giving updates on the business climate in Mississippi and the Gulf Coast. Bryant was the guest speaker at this afternoon’s Legislative Luncheon…

Religious Objections

A federal judge has denied a request by Governor Phil Bryant to allow the religious accommodations act to take effect during the appeal process. U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves the same judge who blocked the law hours before it would…

Special Session On Budget Possible

Governor Phil Bryant could be forced to call a special session to balance the state budget if a record revenue is not generated this month. By law, the governor is requiring to keep the state's budget balanced at all times.…

Governor Bryant Defends H.B. 1523

The U.S.S. Portland was christened at Ingalls shipbuilding, but one key city leader was missing. Portland Mayor Charlie Hales was missing from the ceremony. The Portland City Council recently banned city sponsored travel to Mississippi because of House Bill 1523,…

Governor Bryant on HB 1523

House Bill 1523 has garnered intense backlash both inside and out of the state. The latest, this year’s New York City picnic celebrating Mississippi food and culture is cancelled over the bill. This would have been the 37th year for…

Religious Accommodations Act Is Now Law

Mississippi is garnering national attention after Governor Phil Bryant signs the religious accommodations Act into law. This came a day after heavy protests at the state capitol. Taking to twitter, Bryant said he did so to "Protect sincerely held religious…

Gulf Coast Leaders Speak Out

News 25's Laurene Callander tell about the local gulf coast leaders speaking out against the Religious Accommodations Act that has now gone into Law.

Maritime Museum Meeting Tonight in Pascagoula

Governor Phil Bryant will be the keynote speaker tonight at the Mississippi Maritime Museum’s third annual general membership meeting. The meeting will be tonight at 6 at the Hilton Garden Inn. The Maritime Museum was established in 2010 to build…

Governor Phil Bryant Endorses Ted Cruz

Governor Phil Bryant recently endorsed Senator Ted Cruz for president. Just yesterday, Senator Cruz rallied in Florence, MS. After the rally, Governor Bryant stressed how important this presidential election is for those who believe in conservative principles. The governor emphasized…