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Senator Hyde-Smith, as a conservative and small business owner, understands the importance of responsible fiscal policies.  The Senator has introduced legislation to amend the U.S. Constitution to require the President to submit, and Congress to approve, a balanced budget each year.

Senator Hyde-Smith supports policies that responsibly reduce the federal tax burden on small businesses, families, and individuals.  She strongly believes workers should be able to keep more of their hard-earned money.


HYDE-SMITH, COLLEAGUES DEMAND ANSWERS ON IRS TREATMENT OF RELIGIOUS NONPROFIT SEEKING TAX-EXEMPT STATUS

HYDE-SMITH, COLLEAGUES DEMAND ANSWERS ON IRS TREATMENT OF RELIGIOUS NONPROFIT SEEKING TAX-EXEMPT STATUS

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.), with U.S. Senators James Lankford (R-Okla.), Ben Sasse (R-Neb.), and others, today sent a letter demanding answers from the U.S. Treasury Department on how the Internal Revenue Service handles tax-exempt status applications from religious organizations.

The Senators signed a letter to Treasury Inspector General J. Russell George...

HYDE-SMITH CASTS AN EMPHATIC “NO” VOTE ON DEMS’ $4 TRILLION RECKLESS TAX & SPENDING SPREE

HYDE-SMITH CASTS AN EMPHATIC “NO” VOTE ON DEMS’ $4 TRILLION RECKLESS TAX & SPENDING SPREE

“There’s an old saying that money doesn’t grow on trees.  This is a lesson lost on Democrats…”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today cast an emphatic “NO” vote against an astounding FY2022 Reckless Tax and Spending Spree budget resolution that will allow Democrats to impose taxes and new spending exceeding $4.2 trillion to fund a gigantic expansion of federal government programs....

HYDE-SMITH VOTES AGAINST $1.2 TRILLION TROJAN HORSE INFRASTRUCTURE SPENDING PLAN

HYDE-SMITH VOTES AGAINST $1.2 TRILLION TROJAN HORSE INFRASTRUCTURE SPENDING PLAN

Senator Concerned Over Deficit Spending, Democrats Using Bill as Gateway to a New $4 Trillion Tax-and-Spend Extravaganza

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today voted against Senate passage of a more than $1.2 trillion infrastructure package, citing too few assurances that the massive measure is paid for and will not contribute to the nation’s staggering debt.

The Infrastructure Investment...

Analysis: Mississippi senators split on infrastructure bill

Associated Press

Analysis: Mississippi senators split on infrastructure bill

By Emily Wagster Pettus

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi’s two Republican U.S. senators agree on many issues, but they split on a proposal for the federal government to spend $1 trillion on highways, water systems,...

I-14 now a little closer to being reality

Brookhaven Daily Leader

I-14 now a little closer to being reality

By Brett Campbell

A new interstate could soon intersect Lincoln County along the Hwy. 84 corridor, as I-14 moves toward expansion from West Texas through Georgia.

The U.S. Senate recently unanimously passed an amendment adding...

How the Senate ‘vote-a-rama’ spelled out GOP’s midterm script

Roll Call 

How the Senate ‘vote-a-rama’ spelled out GOP’s midterm script

Amendments broke Democratic unity on thorny issues such as critical race theory, abortion funding, immigration

By Lindsey McPherson

Senate Republicans laid bare their political playbook for next year’s midterms during a lengthy...