STARKVILLE — While the national debate over Republican efforts to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act continues, hospitals in Mississippi face the future with the ongoing realities of the uncompensated care they are compelled by law to provide.
Like most Americans, we’re quick to criticize when examples of wasteful government spending are unearthed. The reaction when government does reasonable things to curb waste is never as loud.
Fairly or unfairly, what’s Mississippi most known for by outsiders? Clearly, the answer is its past history of racial discrimination.
For months now, I’ve been trying to put my finger on why there have recently been so many complaints about MedStat’s ambulance service.
The headlines tell the problem — and it’s not just here in Sunflower County.
STARKVILLE — Longtime U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge E. Grady Jolly recently informed President Donald Trump of his intent to step down from the federal bench on Jolly’s 80th birthday in October – giving Trump his first judicial appointment in Mississippi.
The Clarksdale Press Register regularly runs a quarter-page ad touting all the live blues shows in town for the coming week.