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News to Go for Wednesday

  • Severe weather is expected across the state today. Much of the state is under a limited threat advisory, with severe storms possible bringing heavy wind, hail, and the possibility of tornadoes. In Northeast Mississippi, the tornado threat is greater with severe storms capable of producing 60 mph winds, quarter size hail, and a few tornadoes possible. News Mississippi will continue to follow the development of severe weather for you.
  • Domestic violence won’t be listed as grounds for divorce this year, as the Senate Bill that would have added the category died in committee. Judiciary A committee Chairman Andy Gipson said the bill was killed because the term “inhumane treatment” is already a call for divorce, and abuse falls under that.
  • The Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance will be hosting a press conference on the steps of Jackson City Hall this morning to speak about the recent U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids across much of Mississippi. Over 50 were detained as part of that investigation. News Mississippi will continue to follow this story.
  • Breweries are one step closer to selling their own product on site. Mississippi is one of the few states that currently doesn’t support onsite sales, but HB 1322 passed the Senate committee yesterday, and now heads to full Senate for discussion. Read more here: /beer-bill-passes-senate-committee/
  • For a full list of the bills that died in committee yesterday, read here: /bills-dying-in-committee-on-deadline-day/
  • Alex Deaton has been captured in Kansas. Read more about the nationwide manhunt here: /nationwide-manhunt/

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