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.
Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith on @TheJTShow
Senator Cindy-Hyde Smith joined the JT Show to discuss her first couple months of work in Washington, to share her thoughts on Trump pulling out of the “Iran Deal”, and to catch up with JT for the first time since Governor Phil Bryant...
Senators discuss Mississippi’s progress
By Brittany Land
Yesterday Senator Roger Wicker, Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith and South Dakota Senator John Thune had a meeting to discuss progress happening in Mississippi.
The first topic they covered was tax cuts, after major tax cuts were made...
High Plains Journal
Cochran out, Hyde-Smith in
By Seymour Klierly
There’s a fresh, new and female face on the U.S. Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry.
Her name is Cindy Hyde-Smith, and she is Mississippi’s newest senator. Hyde-Smith replaces 80-year-old Mississippi Sen....