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Over the past two decades, the number of homeschoolers in Mississippi -- and in America -- has more than doubled as this education choice has moved from the fringes of society to a practice that is legal in every state.
Rather quietly, the state legislature unanimously passed a bill this year that will break down barriers to work for military families in Mississippi.
Technology has done amazing things for us, as individuals and as a society. We take our ability to order items online and have them delivered to our front door for granted.
Mississippi needs to reform our regulatory and licensing burdens. Our current policies only serve to increase costs for business owners and consumers, while limiting choice for individuals and career opportunities for would-be entrepreneurs.
A former student at Jones County Junior College is suing the school for infringing on his free speech rights. And the U.S. Department of Justice is coming to his defense.
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