Yes On 76 organizers hope to put Medicaid expansion on the ballot in Mississippi for the November 2022 election. If voters adopted it, around 200,000 working Mississippians who cannot currently afford health insurance would become eligible for the Medicaid program.
JACKSON WATER CRISIS
WHY SHE RUNS: WOMEN IN LOCAL ELECTIONS
Two weeks after a temporary, nationwide halt on the use of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine, the Mississippi State Department of Health is encouraging health-care providers to continue delivering the single-shot vaccine, with an advisory for women under 50 to consider using Pfizer or Moderna’s formulation.
Next on MFP Live:
May 6, 2021 @ 6 p.m.
MFP Live - April 22, 2021:
Mayor Chokwe A. Lumumba of Jackson
Mayor Chokwe A. Lumumba sits down with MFP’s Donna Ladd and Nick Judin for a conversation focusing on Jackson’s water and infrastructure challenges and solutions.
MFP Live - April 15, 2021:
Dr. Anna Wan
Dr. Anna Wan, Associate Professor of Mathematics and founder of the Eagle Make Hub at USM talks to MFP co-founders Kimberly Griffin and Donna Ladd.
FOCUS: RACE AND RACISM
UM EMAIL: INVESTIGATION AND SOLUTIONS
by William Pittman
SOLUTIONS FOR MISSISSIPPI
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