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  • WLOX Editorial: Glad to see FEMA disaster assistance rule changed

    WLOX Editorial: Glad to see FEMA disaster assistance rule changed

    Tuesday, January 9 2018 5:03 PM EST2018-01-09 22:03:14 GMT

    It took a Supreme Court ruling to correct what we consider the mistreatment of churches by the Federal government. Until recently, even though churches were considered religious nonprofit organizations, they were not eligible for FEMA assistance grants.  

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    It took a Supreme Court ruling to correct what we consider the mistreatment of churches by the Federal government. Until recently, even though churches were considered religious nonprofit organizations, they were not eligible for FEMA assistance grants.  

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  • WLOX Editorial: It's time for Mississippi to have a lottery

    WLOX Editorial: It's time for Mississippi to have a lottery

    Tuesday, January 9 2018 4:52 PM EST2018-01-09 21:52:49 GMT

    Mississippi and Alabama are among only a few states with no state lottery. The likelihood of a lottery passing our state legislature this year seems to be greater than ever. 

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    Mississippi and Alabama are among only a few states with no state lottery. The likelihood of a lottery passing our state legislature this year seems to be greater than ever. 

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  • WLOX Editorial: Early voting needed in Mississippi

    WLOX Editorial: Early voting needed in Mississippi

    Wednesday, January 3 2018 12:27 PM EST2018-01-03 17:27:24 GMT

    Mississippi continues to be one of the few states with severe limits on when you can vote early. You have to swear that you will be out of town on election day. A proposal to change that failed to make it through the state legislature last year.  

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    Mississippi continues to be one of the few states with severe limits on when you can vote early. You have to swear that you will be out of town on election day. A proposal to change that failed to make it through the state legislature last year.  

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