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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.

FY2023 Community Project Funding Requests


HYDE-SMITH, COLLEAGUES ACT TO ENSURE FAITH-BASED GROUPS CAN CONTINUE SOCIAL SERVICE OUTREACH

HYDE-SMITH, COLLEAGUES ACT TO ENSURE FAITH-BASED GROUPS CAN CONTINUE SOCIAL SERVICE OUTREACH

Rubio’s “Lifting Local Communities Act” Tackles Unjust Barriers, Reprisals for Religious Beliefs

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) on Tuesday joined U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) in introducing legislation to ensure faith-based organizations may apply for, and receive, government grants and other types of funding without fear of arbitrary religious limitations and vindictive...

HYDE-SMITH JOINS NEW CAUCUS DEDICATED TO INVESTING IN RURAL & LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES

HYDE-SMITH JOINS NEW CAUCUS DEDICATED TO INVESTING IN RURAL & LOW-INCOME COMMUNITIES

Bipartisan Senate Community Development Finance Caucus Will Support CDFIs & MDIs

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today announced she is a founding member of the Senate Community Development Finance Caucus (CDFC), a bipartisan effort to increase opportunities in rural and low-income communities through leveraged lending.

Hyde-Smith is among the initial 14 members of a caucus dedicated...

HYDE-SMITH VOTES AGAINST CHIPS ACT

HYDE-SMITH VOTES AGAINST CHIPS ACT

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today said that while she understands the need to ramp up American semiconductor production and to fortify the nation’s competitive edge, she does not believe faulty legislation that relies on deficit spending is the smart way to reach those goals, particularly without sufficient assurances that adversaries like China wouldn’t ultimately benefit from its measures.

Hyde-Smith voted against the CHIPS Act...

Congressional leaders react to Jackson’s water crisis

WJTV-TV Jackson

Congressional leaders react to Jackson’s water crisis

By Kaitlin Howell

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – Congressional leaders from Mississippi reacted to the water crisis in Jackson after Governor Tate Reeves (R-Miss.) declared a state of emergency.

I have long supported federal efforts to...

Ground Broken for New Courthouse

Delta Democrat Times (Greenville, MS)

Ground Broken for New Courthouse

By Staff Reports 

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA), U.S. District Courts for the Northern District of Mississippi, U.S. Senators Roger Wicker and Cindy Hyde-Smith, U.S. Congressman Bennie Thompson and Mayor Errick D...

Greenville's New Courthouse Groundbreaking Ceremony

DeltaNews.TV Greenville 

Greenville's New Courthouse Groundbreaking Ceremony

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Sykina Butts
 
GREENVILLE - Municipal and federal officials got together for the groundbreaking ceremony for Greenville’s new federal courthouse that will be built at the end of Washington Avenue. Several officials spoke...