Mississippi Today CEO Apologizes For Saying Phil Bryant ‘Embezzled’ Welfare Funds
Mississippi Today CEO Mary Margaret White apologized today for claiming that former Gov. Phil Bryant “embezzled” welfare funds.
‘Building an Industry’: Medical Cannabis Investors Focus On Lab Testing For Patient Safety
After the Mississippi Supreme Court struck down Initiative 65 and the entire ballot initiative system in 2021, the Legislature passed and Gov. Tate Reeves signed the Mississippi Medical Cannabis Act in 2022.
Free Speech Wasn’t So Free 105 Years Ago: ‘Seditious’ and ‘Unpatriotic’ Speech Was Criminalized
As a scholar and lawyer focused on freedom of speech in the U.S., I have studied the federal government’s attempts to restrict speech, including during World War I, and the legal cases that challenged them,” Eric P. Robinson writes. These cases helped form the modern idea of the First Amendment right of free speech. But the conflict between patriotism and free expression continues to be an issue a century later.”