3/6/2023 - NAACP Threatens Legal Action | Net Metering | Allergies: Part 1
The NAACP says it will legally challenge the state of Mississippi should lawmakers pass legislation that strips Jackson of its sovereignty.
Then, environmental justice advocates say the state needs to do more to make renewable energy accessible.
Plus, cars coated in yellow dust is a familiar sight this time of year. We examine how Mississippi's ecology contributes to pollen season.
3/27/2023 - Tornado Disaster Declaration | Rolling Fork Begins Recovery | Doc Pushes for New Ballot Initiative
The Biden Administration approves an Emergency Disaster Declaration following Friday night's devastating tornadoes.And, the people of Rolling Fork begin the process of recovery.Plus, with the ballot initiative still on the shelf, one doctor shares frustrations over not being able to use the citizen referendum to adopt Medicaid expansion.
3/24/2023 - Severe Weather | Ballot Initiative Dies | Funding MAEP
A severe weather system could bring tornadoes and hail to the Magnolia State. We talk to the National Weather Service.Then, efforts to revive the ballot initiative process are in dire straights as the Senate fails to take up the resolution on deadline day.Plus, educators and advocates continue their push for fully funded public schools.
3/23/2023 - Jackson Water Transparency | HB 1020 Goes to Conference | Bank Run: Part Two
Community groups in Jackson say they feel shut out as the federally-appointed administrator works to restore the city's water system.Then, we hear from lawmakers assigned to conference on one of the session's most hotly-debated pieces of legislation.Plus, how vague and loose regulations regarding crypto-currency contributed to the latest banking panic.