Senator Hyde-Smith supports federal policies to foster an economic environment that encourages job growth in Mississippi and the nation. She supports the tax cuts and reforms enacted by President Trump and the Republican-majority Congress. She believes in eliminating burdensome federal regulations that hinder small businesses, farmers, and industry.
The Senator supports policies and opportunities to continue and expand Mississippi’s ability to contribute to national security, high-tech research, agricultural innovation, and energy production.
Senator Hyde-Smith welcomes opportunities to work with local, state, and federal officials to make Mississippi a better place to work and raise families.
ON TAX DAY, HYDE-SMITH LOOKS TO BUILD ON HISTORIC TAX CUT LAW
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today said she will work with her colleagues to ensure Mississippians benefit from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that will go into effect with the 2018 tax year.
Tuesday marks “Tax Day,” the last day that American taxpayers will file their taxes under the old system. A new federal tax code, created by the historic Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, lowered federal tax rates for individuals,...
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Third Time Could Be the Charm for Telehealth Medicare Legislation
By Joyce Famakinwa
Is the third time the charm for a bill that would expand Medicare coverage for telehealth services?
A bipartisan group of lawmakers took another swing at introducing the Creating Opportunities...
Pine Belt News
Progress Water Receives $1.25M Grant, $1.9M Loan
By HASKEL BURNS
For the last several years, officials from Progress Community Water Association in Purvis have had maintenance issues with outdated water lines in the community – some of which were originally installed in the late 1960s...
USDA offers funding for rural water project in Lamar Co.
By Renaldo Hopkins
HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WDAM) - U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith announced more than $4.13 million in U.S. Department of Agriculture grant and loan funding for water infrastructure projects in Lamar and Copiah...