Senator Hyde-Smith, a cattle farmer and the former Mississippi Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce, understands the importance of the state’s $7.5 billion agricultural and forestry industries. As a member of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, the Senator will work on legislation, programs, and policies to allow agriculture and related industries to grow in Mississippi and the nation.
The Senator’s record includes protecting private property rights against eminent domain abuses, helping to open foreign markets for Mississippi agricultural products, and supporting country-of-origin labeling.
HYDE-SMITH VOTES TO COMPLETE FY2022 APPROPRIATIONS CYCLE
Blames Nearly Six-Month Delay on Biden & Far-Left Dems Insistence on Cutting National Security Budget and Adding Progressive Poison Pill Riders
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.), a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, today voted for a measure to increase national security funding and support federal programs through the remainder of Fiscal Year 2022, in addition to making important investments in...
HYDE-SMITH CONTENDS MAXIMUM U.S. ENERGY PRODUCTION NEEDED FOR NATIONAL, GLOBAL SECURITY
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today pressed energy experts on how the United States should maximize domestic oil and gas production to help stabilize energy prices and strengthen the nation’s energy security.
HYDE-SMITH: MISSISSIPPIANS AREN’T BUYING BIDEN’S STRONG ECONOMY SPIN AS INFLATION HITS THEM HARD
Miss. Senator Says Better Economic, Energy Policies Needed to Tame Soaring Prices
VIDEO CLIP: Senator Hyde-Smith Joins Colleagues to Highlight Harmful Biden Economic Policies.
VIDEO: Senator Hyde-Smith Discusses Hardships Caused by Record-High Inflation.
PHOTO: Senator Hyde-Smith, Senator Mike Crapo & Senator Charles Grassley.
CHART: Broad-Based Bidenflation, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
As Congress returns from Thanksgiving recess, lawmakers face a packed Democrat-led agenda
Urgent deadlines and major issues loom large for Congressional consideration.
By Anne Summerhays
Congressional lawmakers return from Thanksgiving recess today, with plans to discuss and vote on...
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Yazoo Backwater Project
Nov 24, 2021
After nearly 12 years, the Yazoo Backwater project was finally approved by the EPA last year in 2020. The Army Core of Engineers along with state and federal representatives had been working to develop a new project since the 2008 veto.
Hyde-Smith: ‘Build Back Broke bill is what I call it’
By Caroline Wood
PINE BELT, Miss. (WDAM) - Mississippi leaders are speaking out about the Biden Administration’s ‘Build Back Better’ bill.
The House passed the ‘Build Back Better’ bill Friday. Now, it heads to the Senate.