Wednesday, March 29, 2017
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MCPP News & Reports
Organizations and journalists across the country celebrate "Sunshine Week" this week. We're not talking about daylight savings time. This is a time when citizens and reporters herald our rights and our responsibility to keep government accountable....
Necessary Regulatory Reform
that Will Protect Consumers and Lower Prices...
A bill (HB 1090) before the Miss. Senate implements a number of best practices aimed at combatting welfare fraud....
The explosion of online retail sales has fostered a debate about whether and how to collect taxes on those purchases from companies that are not currently required to collect them. During the 2017 legislative session, the Mississippi House of Representatives passed...
Today, the Mississippi Justice Institute (MJI) filed a complaint with the Mississippi Ethics Commission following a refusal by the Department of Revenue (DOR) to make available public documents related to a voluntary agreement between that agency and the online...
This week the Mississippi Justice Institute filed a brief in Hinds County Chancery Court supporting the students who attend charter schools and the parents who made those educational choices for their children....
Myths about welfare produce bad policy
Governor approves asset forfeiture reform
Don't touch that horse without a license
Mississippi needs 80,000 more construction workers
Policy Reports on Internet Taxes, Welfare & Licensing Reforms...
Mississippi's top employer is government
Five charts explain Mississippi's "budget crisis"
Religious liberty is good for the economy
Regulation through litigation...
After Valentine's Day: Should She Break Up With Gov?
Regulations need an expiration date
Award for repealing "archaic" tax
ICYMI - On The Radio
Give Ed Dept science standards feedback...