A viral video showing a tanker truck parked across from the Mississippi Governor’s Mansion in Jackson has sparked speculation online that Gov. Tate Reeves’ home is enjoying special access to clean water while most residents of the capital city go without safe running water. But the speculation is wrong.
Amia Edwards launched the Amiable Arts Foundation, a nonprofit foundation that helps prepare students for vocations, college, and careers in film, theater and performing arts.
Mississippi House Rep. Ronnie Crudup Jr. told the Mississippi Free Press on Wednesday that Monday’s water failures reminded him of the 2021 crisis. Gov. Tate Reeves’ press conference on Monday, he said, “gave me a little hope.”
“At least six countries and a flurry of private companies have publicly announced more than 250 missions to the Moon to occur within the next decade,” Attorney Michelle L.D. Hanlon writes. “On Earth, possession and ownership of natural resources are based on territorial sovereignty. Conversely, Article II of the Outer Space Treaty—the 60-year-old agreement that guides human activity in space—forbids nations from claiming territory in space, including the Moon, planets and asteroids. So how will space resources be managed?”