Ex-Mississippi Welfare Leader Pleads Guilty To Federal, State Crimes In Exchange For Cooperation
John Davis, the former Mississippi Department of Human Services director who presided as a massive welfare fraud scandal unfolded, is facing multiple federal conspiracy, fraud and embezzlement charges relating to the misuse of funds meant for poor families with children.
Domestic Abuse, Other Factors Linked to Notable Filicide Rates in the South and Beyond
Executive Director Zeo Grover of Stop Gun Violence believes that adjusting legislation to close “loopholes” around the definition of domestic violence and requiring background checks before all firearm purchases could lower the risks of gun violence, calling these measures a “common-sense start.”
Jackson Water Crisis: SBA Office for Business Disaster Loans Open Until Oct. 1
U.S. Small Business Administration Administrator Isabella Casillas Guzman said in a Sept. 15, 2022, press release that the federal disaster loans available for businesses in and around Hinds County that the Jackson water crisis has affected will help the “communities recover and rebuild.”