Mississippi Center for Public Policy

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

MCPP Reports

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HB 1033 A Positive Criminal Justice Reform Measure

Important Bill on Governor's Desk

HB1033 a positive criminal justice reform measure...
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You Won Today! Major Victory in Miss. Legislature

You won today! And Mississippi won today too!...
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HB 1425: Necessary Regulatory Reform

Necessary Regulatory Reform
that Will Protect Consumers and Lower Prices...
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Welfare Fraud Policy Brief

A bill (HB 1090) before the Miss. Senate implements a number of best practices aimed at combatting welfare fraud....
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Mississippi's Internet Sales Tax: Answers to Common Questions

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...
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Chavous tells Liberty Luncheon: Focus on Students; School Choice Helps Everyone

Former Washington D.C. Councilman who brought school choice reforms to D.C. Public Schools shares his perspective for improving education for students....
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US History Test Shortchanges MS Students

Mississippi's high school students must take a US History test before graduating. But there are no questions on the Revolution or even the Civil War. That's because the test only covers US History from the 1870s to the present....
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Telemedicine Testimony

Telemedicine: High-Quality, Affordable Care for Mississippi Families
Hearing on Telemedicine
Testimony before the Miss. State Senate, Public Health & Welfare Committee
October 18, 2016...
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Poll Shows Welfare-to-Work Reforms Have Substantial Voter Support

-- A new poll of registered Mississippi voters shows substantial support for welfare fraud prevention measures included in a bill moving through the state legislature....
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Poll Shows Huge Voter Opposition to Civil Forfeiture

A new poll of registered Mississippi voters shows overwhelming opposition to current state laws that permit police to keep seized cash and property taken from a person not convicted of a crime. Known as "civil forfeiture," the practice has come under increased...

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