Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves was in Hernando Friday afternoon to announce his selection to lead the state’s Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks (MDWFP), the Mississippi Public Utilities Staff, and the D.A.’s Office for the 17th Circuit Court District.
Arkansas is one step closer to getting a recreational marijuana program after a written decision by the state Supreme Court said it will allow the ballot measure to be placed on the upcoming November ballot.
Lawmakers and community leaders on a local, state and national level are weighing in after a lawsuit was filed against the City of Memphis for allegedly neglecting to investigate the sexual assault of Alicia Franklin.
For a second week, the last one being August 22-26, the Shelby County Clerk’s Office has been closed, trying to address a backlog of applications for mainly license plates, car tags, and business licenses.
Mississippi’s first medical cannabis patient seminar was an overwhelming success, according to the Mississippi Cannabis Patients Alliance (MCPA), which hosted the state’s first medical cannabis patient seminar on Monday.