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Senator Hyde-Smith knows dependence on foreign oil poses economic and national security risks for the United States.  The Senator supports responsible exploration and production of Mississippi’s and the nation’s energy resources, including the development of new technologies to support the production of biofuels and other energy sources.

As a fourth-generation farmer, Senator Hyde-Smith understands the importance of conservation and good stewardship of our natural resources.  She supports balanced and responsible resource management policies to ensure Mississippi’s forests, wetlands, and coastal region remain assets for future generations to enjoy.


Hyde-Smith speaks at legislative luncheon at MGCCC

WXXV-TV Gulfport

Hyde-Smith speaks at legislative luncheon at MGCCC

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By Andrew Scherer

Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith made her way down to the Gulf Coast to speak in Gulfport.

The senator spoke today at the Gulfport Chamber of Commerce’s annual Legislative Luncheon. Community members from the...

Hyde-Smith Focuses on Infrastructure Needs in Visit to Columbus

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Hyde-Smith Focuses on Infrastructure Needs in Visit to Columbus

by Sara Smith

Visiting Local Machinery Company, Miss. Senator Links Road, Bridge Work to Economic Growth

U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) said economic growth in rural Mississippi requires...

USDA approves money for Lauderdale County water system

Meridian Star

USDA approves money for Lauderdale County water system

Staff report

U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.), who serves on the Senate Agriculture Appropriations Subcommittee, on Friday announced $11.4 million in U.S. Department of Agriculture grants and loan guarantees to support water...

Hyde-Smith visits area

Daily Corinthian

Hyde-Smith visits area

By Jebb Johnston

U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith touched on several issues of the "hot button" variety during a Corinth talk on Thursday.

The congresswoman's itinerary included an appearance at the Corinth Lions Club meeting as area first responders were treated to...

Responding to the New Reality: Problems With the NFIP

Daily Dos News

Responding to the New Reality: Problems With the NFIP

Daily Dose

As Hurricane Barry’s projected damage from flood and wind losses approaches between $500 million and $900 million, according to CoreLogic, some are saying that building in flood zones has become increasingly dangerous....

Kennedy Co-Sponsors Legislation to Assist Fishermen

St. Bernard Parish News

Kennedy Co-Sponsors Legislation to Assist Fishermen

St. Bernard Parish Government Officials and the chairman of the Louisiana United Crabbers Alliance met with members of Congress and congressional staffers from Louisiana and Mississippi last week as parish government...

New bill would nullify 2008 veto of Yazoo Pump Project

News Mississippi

New bill would nullify 2008 veto of Yazoo Pump Project

By Steven Gagliano

In April, the EPA began a review of the 2008 veto of the Yazoo Pump Project in the midst of historic flooding in the Mississippi Delta. Currently, over 500,000 acres remain flooded, and wildlife and...