MISS. DELEGATION REQUESTS FEDERAL DISASTER DECLARATION FOR JANUARY STORM DAMAGE

MISS. DELEGATION REQUESTS FEDERAL DISASTER DECLARATION FOR JANUARY STORM DAMAGE

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Mississippi congressional delegation today sent a letter to President Donald J. Trump requesting full consideration of Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves’s request for a major federal disaster declaration in the wake of devastation from severe storms, flooding, straight-line winds, and 17 confirmed tornadoes that occurred January 10-11.

U.S. Senators Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) and Cindy Hyde-Smith...

Hyde-Smith asks USDA to stop ‘unlawful’ catfish snack imports

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Hyde-Smith asks USDA to stop ‘unlawful’ catfish snack imports

The Hagstrom Report | Volume 10 Number 28

Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, R-Miss., today asked the Agriculture Department to intensify efforts to stop what she called “illegally exported catfish-based products, such as fried...

President Trump to take stage at annual March for Life event

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President Trump to take stage at annual March for Life event

WASHINGTON (AP) – Donald Trump will become the first sitting president to address the March for Life when he takes the stage Friday at the annual anti-abortion gathering in the nation’s capital.

As he heads into the 2020...

HYDE-SMITH DETAILS $46.5 MILLION FOR ARMY CORPS WORK IN MISS., INCLUDING YAZOO BACKWATER AREA

HYDE-SMITH DETAILS $46.5 MILLION FOR ARMY CORPS WORK IN MISS., INCLUDING YAZOO BACKWATER AREA

Additional Funding for 27 Projects Will Aid Community Wastewater Projects, Harbor Dredging, Flood Control Works

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss) today announced an additional $46.5 million in U.S. Army Corps of Engineers funding will be allocated for work on 27 projects in Mississippi, including $7.5 million to advance efforts to address Yazoo Backwater Area flooding.

Hyde...

HYDE-SMITH ASKS USDA TO STOP UNLAWFUL CATFISH SNACKS FROM ASIAN COUNTRIES

HYDE-SMITH ASKS USDA TO STOP UNLAWFUL CATFISH SNACKS FROM ASIAN COUNTRIES

Miss. Senator Targets Products like “Fried Crispy Fish Skin Snacks” that Violate U.S. Law

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today asked the U.S. Department of Agriculture to intensify efforts to stop illegally exported catfish-based products, such as fried crispy fish skin snacks, from entering the country and being stocked on U.S. grocery shelves.

Hyde-Smith on Thursday issued a letter to the...