Governor Tate Reeves today announced a series of sweeping Medicaid reimbursement reforms in Mississippi which are estimated to generate approximately $700 million for hospitals across the state.
Governor Tate Reeves today announced that FEMA approved Mississippi’s request for Madison County to receive public assistance following June tornadoes and severe weather (DR-4727-MS).
Mississippi is preparing its military forces for the future fight through aviation investment and robust multi-domain training for long-range missions in contested environments.
Governor Tate Reeves today announced that his Chief of Staff, Parker Briden, will be leaving the official office on June 2 in order to serve as a Senior Advisor to the re-elect campaign.
The Office of Broadband Expansion and Accessibility of Mississippi (BEAM) was approved for $151.4 million through the Coronavirus Capital Projects Fund (CPF). BEAM was established and signed into law by Governor Tate Reeves in 2022 to administer all state and federal broadband initiatives.
Governor Tate Reeves today announced that he directed the Mississippi Department of Public Safety (DPS) to maintain and increase interaction with law enforcement officers at ports, in sensitive trafficking areas, and across the state as a result of Title 42’s expiration.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics today announced that Mississippi’s unemployment rate reached a new record low in April 2023. April’s 3.4% unemployment rate marks the second consecutive month that Mississippi set a new record low.
Governor Tate Reeves today announced that the state of Mississippi is investing $3.5 million into Northwest Community College’s Concourse Workforce Training Center.
JACKSON, Miss. – Governor Tate Reeves today announced he led opposition to the Biden Administration’s radical new Title IX rules which would force states to allow biological males to compete in women’s sports. 24 other Republican governors joined the effort.
Governor Tate Reeves released the following video message regarding the federal government’s decision to release a plan to mitigate flooding in the Mississippi Delta