Jacksonians Must Boil Water As Washington Clears $600 Million For Water Crisis
Jackson’s newly established interim third-party management team will soon enjoy a massive war chest to fund their revitalization of the water system, a project previously estimated to have a total cost of $1 billion dollars.
January 6th Committee Tackled Unprecedented Attack With Time-Tested Inquiry
The House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack released its 845-page final report on Dec. 22, 2022, Claire Leavitt writes.
State District Maps ‘Dilute the Voting Strength of Black Mississippians,’ Lawsuit Alleges
Despite being a 38% Black state, the Mississippi Senate has just 12 Black members, who represent 23% of the 52-member body.
ProPublica Announces MFP, Nick Judin For ProPublica’s 2023 Local Reporting Network
As ProPublica notes, Judin’s “award-winning reporting on the Jackson water crisis has developed an international following” and The Washington Post identified him “as one of Mississippi’s top political reporters” in 2022.