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Medicaid can be used to cover mosquito repellent to prevent the spread of the Zika virus, federal regulators told state and private Medicaid officials in a letter sent Wednesday. Coverage of repellent — when prescribed by a health professional — with the federal matching dollars given other Medicaid-covered treatments is the primary change in … Continue reading #PEPPoll: Proper Use? Feds tell states Medicaid can pay for mosquito repellent.
DeSoto County Representative-Elect Dana Criswell (R) led an initiative to send a letter to the Mississippi congressional delegation, pressing its members to vote against any spending bill that funds Planned Parenthood. “No member of the Mississippi delegation to the U.S. Congress should support any funding resolution or mechanism – an appropriations bill, … Continue reading State Rep-Elect Dana Criswell leads effort pressing MS Congressional Delgation to vote against funding Planned Parenthood.
Senator Chris McDaniel released the following statement regarding the resignation of U.S. Speaker of the House John Boehner: “Speaker Boehner has become a casualty of an unnecessary fight the GOP is having with it’s own base. Republicans took control of the House and Senate with the help of conservatives based on promises to fight … Continue reading McDaniel releases statement on Boehner resignation.
The Republican who heads the congressional committee considering a measure to remove the Mississippi state flag from the House side of the U.S. Capitol says she wants to hear from the Mississippi legislature—which does not convene until 2016. The resolution to remove the Mississippi flag, which exhibits in an upper corner the emblem of … Continue reading Rep. Bennie Thompson’s Proposal to Remove Mississippi State Flag from U.S. Capitol on Hold Until State Legislature Acts
BY: Ryan S. Walters | @ryanswalters73 MSConservativeDaily Like a lot of conservatives, I was disgusted, though not surprised, with the Supreme Court’s ruling on gay marriage. In fact, I predicted the outcome to several people the day before it was released. I knew it was coming, particularly after the Obamacare ruling, but I earnestly hoped … Continue reading WALTERS: Gay Marriage and the Cause of Civil Disobedience
BY: Chris McDaniel @senatormcdaniel Who is America’s greatest national security threat at the present time? Is it ISIS, the radical Islamic group spreading their reign of terror across Iraq and the greater Middle East in the hopes of establishing a Muslim Caliphate? Or is it our very own President, who seems clueless to this threat … Continue reading MCDANIEL: The Threat of ISIS
Senate Bill 2485 (SB2485) was introduced by Sen. Josh Harkins as the Mississippi Right to Try Act on Jan. 19. The bill was passed out of committee late last month. And yesterday, the full Senate took the measure up, passing it by a vote of 48-3 If passed into law, a patient suffering from a … Continue reading SB 2485, nullifying FDA restrictions for terminally ill patients, moves on to House
BY: Stephen Masty Inspired by Mother Nature we might be able to construct a self-propelled mechanical shark, a self-financing agency incentivized to devour government’s waste, counter-productive regulations and needless paperwork. How might it work? Mexican regulatory reforms may point the way. Drowning in needless red-tape, Mexico’s government in 1988 took the bold step of appointing … Continue reading MASTY: Natures way to clean up government waste.
BY: Joy Pullman | Heartland Institute My husband and I decided, back when we had a large amount of student loans, one decent job between us, and a surprise first baby on the way, that we would do whatever it took to give our child the majority of his care with our own hands. I’m … Continue reading PULLMAN: I’m A Stay-At-Home, Working Mom, And I’m Sick Of Being Insulted By The President