State Rep. Tyrone Ellis, D-Starkville, can now laugh about a stroke he had last summer.
“It scared my family — and me too!” he jokingly said, Friday.
Representatives and senators in the Golden Triangle will meet with their colleagues in Jackson Tuesday for the 2014 regular legislative session to address budgetary, education and public safety challenges among others over the next three months.
Earlier this month, the Columbus City Council, after a two-day tour of the city’s six wards, met in a retreat in an effort to identify goals for the city, both short-term and long-term.
People whose existing health care insurance has been canceled because of the Affordable Care Act will not be hit with tax penalties for failing to line up new coverage as required under the law.
The poster for the 2014 Market Street Festival has been revealed.
Main Street Columbus announced the winning poster Wednesday afternoon at Mississippi University for Women.
Seeking to move past its website woes, the Obama administration is launching a two-pronged health care strategy this month aimed at avoiding enrollment snafus come January while also trying to refocus the public’s attention on broader benefits of the sweeping law.
Computer crashes should be giving way to insurance coverage — if the government’s diagnosis of its health care website is correct.
WASHINGTON — White House chief of staff Denis McDonough was ready to vent. “I’ve had too much humble pie,” he fumed, striding into a top
All roads lead to “Obamacare” for Republicans.
So much so that they acted like they had barely hit a small speed bump when Democrats voted unilaterally on Thursday to weaken century-old Senate filibuster rules and make it harder for the GOP to block confirmation of President Barack Obama’s nominees.
WASHINGTON — In his West Virginia district, the TV ads attacking Democratic Rep. Nick Rahall over the calamitous startup of President Barack Obama’s health care