Researchers from the Montgomery, Ala.-based Equal Justice Initiative spent four years throughout Deep South states where lynching was most prevalent—Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia —combing through local newspapers, historical archives and court records. EJI also interviewed local historians, survivors, and the families of victims.
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The federal "Greening America's Capitols" project provided a plan to Jackson on how to help improve its green space.
Mississippi will use performance-based budgeting starting this year.
Rep. Chuck Espy, D-Clarksdale, announces his intent to propose body camera legislation in the 2015 session.
U.S. District Judge Carlton Reeves' order overturning Mississippi's same-sex marriage ban, handed down Nov. 26, 2014.
Amile Wilson Campaign-Finance Report 2014
Charles Barbour Campaign-Finance Report 2014
Richard Sellers Campaign-Finance Report 2014
Ashby Foote Campaign-Finance Report 2014
Dorsey Carson Campaign-Finance Report 2014
In 2011, Rosemary Barbour was found to have attempted defrauding the federal government post-Katrina.
The State's response to the plaintiff's complaint in Campaign for Southern Equality v. Bryant.
Plaintiff brief filed prior to hearing of Campaign For Southern Equality v. Bryant.
Indicment in U.S.A. v. Christopher Epps, Cecil McCrory