by Carimah Townes Apr 27, 2014
The Human Rights Campaign is venturing into the South in a big way.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Apr 23, 2014
Mississippi just passed a law that's extremely similar to one that's already been ruled unconstitutional in Arizona.
by Katie Valentine Apr 7, 2014
The flooding has killed at least one person and forced evacuations.
by Zack Ford Apr 3, 2014
Mississippi businesses can now use their religious beliefs to justify discrimination.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Apr 2, 2014
Even though Mississippi doesn't have any abortion clinics that offer later abortions in the first place, the state is poised to ban them anyway.
by Zack Ford Apr 2, 2014
Though it seemed to have stalled, Mississippi's legislature has passed a "religious liberty" bill that would create a "license to discriminate."
by Bryce Covert Mar 24, 2014
In 16 states, at least one in five residents couldn’t afford the food they needed at least once over the past year.
by Nicole Flatow Mar 23, 2014
"If an execution is allowed to proceed, we all are complicit in it in Mississippi," said former state Supreme Court Justice Oliver Diaz Jr.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Mar 21, 2014
It's just the latest example of how pregnant women across the country are being made into criminal suspects.
by Bryce Covert Mar 17, 2014
Drug testing welfare recipients has been found to be costly and ineffective in other states, but Mississippi will go ahead anyway.