Senator Hyde-Smith supports common-sense, patient-centered health care reforms to help Mississippi families afford health insurance coverage without expanding the government’s role in providing health care.  She believes the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, should be repealed.

Senator Hyde-Smith appreciates the role of the state’s universities to support federal research on better prevention and treatment efforts on chronic diseases, like diabetes, that affect Mississippians disproportionally.


WICKER, HYDE-SMITH REQUEST RETURN TO REAGAN-ERA TITLE X REGULATIONS TO PREVENT TAXPAYER FUNDING OF ABORTION PROVIDERS

WICKER, HYDE-SMITH REQUEST RETURN TO REAGAN-ERA TITLE X REGULATIONS TO PREVENT TAXPAYER FUNDING OF ABORTION PROVIDERS
Miss. Senators Assert Current Regulations Undermine Law Preventing Federal Funding for Abortions
WASHINGTON, D. C. – U.S. Senators Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) and Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) are among 41 Senators calling for a return to regulations to bar Title X Family Planning grantees from co-locating with abortion clinics, or from promoting, counseling, or referring clients for...

WICKER, HYDE-SMITH REQUEST RETURN TO REAGAN-ERA TITLE X REGULATIONS TO PREVENT TAXPAYER FUNDING OF ABORTION PROVIDERS

WICKER, HYDE-SMITH REQUEST RETURN TO REAGAN-ERA TITLE X REGULATIONS TO PREVENT TAXPAYER FUNDING OF ABORTION PROVIDERS

Miss. Senators Assert Current Regulations Undermine Law Preventing Federal Funding for Abortions

WASHINGTON, D. C. – U.S. Senators Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) and Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) are among 41 Senators calling for a return to regulations to bar Title X Family Planning grantees from co-locating with abortion clinics, or from promoting, counseling, or referring clients for...

HYDE-SMITH ANNOUNCES $3.58 MILLION TO FIGHT OPIOID CRISIS IN MISSISSIPPI

HYDE-SMITH ANNOUNCES $3.58 MILLION TO FIGHT OPIOID CRISIS IN MISSISSIPPI

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today announced that the State of Mississippi has been awarded a $3.58 million grant to fight the opioid crisis.

The Mississippi Department of Mental Health Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Services will use the Opioid State Targeted Response (STR) grant to build on prevention and recovery strategies to reduce opioid abuse.  The state received an initial $3.58...

Deal Done: Mississippi delegation expected to support coronavirus relief

Y’all Politics

Deal Done: Mississippi delegation expected to support coronavirus relief

By Frank Corder

A deal between Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. Senate and House was reached after midnight to provide a nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package that will include both individual and...

20 health centers receive federal funding for COVID-19 response

News Mississippi

20 health centers receive federal funding for COVID-19 response

By Steven Gagliano

As lawmakers in D.C. continue to work on the third coronavirus response package, funding from the first package continues to make its way to states, including Mississippi. 

On March 6, President Trump...

Farmer: ‘We’ve got work to do’

Brookhaven Daily Leader

Farmer: ‘We’ve got work to do’

By Donna Campbell

Farmers farm when it’s hot, cold, dry, wet and bug infested. So they say they’re not going to let a COVID-19 outbreak come between them and their job.

“Coronavirus or no coronavirus, we’ve got work to do,” said Rep. Vince...