Senator Hyde-Smith has great respect and admiration for the law enforcement and first responder personnel who dedicate their lives to protecting the public. As a member of the Senate Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee, she will continue to support programs and policies that enable these public servants to do their jobs more effectively.
HYDE-SMITH COSPONSORS ‘TRACED’ ACT TO HANG UP ON ROBOCALL SCAMMERS
Bill Targeting Illegal Robocallers Ready for Senate Consideration & Vote
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Legislation targeting illegal robocall scams has earned the support of U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.), who is cosponsoring a measure that responds to consumer complaints about the annoying and often illegal tactics.
The Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence (TRACED) Act would create new tools for regulators...
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...
Senator Hyde-Smith is all for the SMART Act
By J.T. Mitchell
A bill in the United States Senate called the State and Municipal Assistance for Recovery and Transition (SMART) Act could provide $500 billion to state, local, and tribal governments, and Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith thinks...
Northside Sun, Jackson
Planned Parenthood Received $80 Million From CARES Act Funds In Violation Of Law
By Steve Wilson
Most of the Mississippi congressional delegation joined 33 senators and 92 representatives in a letter demanding an investigation into how 37 Planned Parenthood affiliates received...
Local law enforcement agencies awarded CARES Act money
By Joey Barnes
Lowndes and Lee County law enforcement were awarded $58,000 in CARES ACT money.
U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith said the sheriff’s departments in both counties would receive a little more than $58,000.