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Open firearm carry is not an emergency - Do not call 911

Gun law expert, Rick Ward, explains the law regarding open firearm carry and 911 emergency services.

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Citizen's Guide to Constitutional Initiatives

The Citizen's Guide to Constitutional Initiatives from the MS Secretary of State.

In general, the initiative process works like this:
1. A citizen conceives an idea for a new Mississippi constitutional law and, in conjunction with the Attorney General, develops the written text of the constitutional law.
2. After registering the written initiative with the Secretary of State, the citizen gathers the required number of signatures of registered voters on petitions and has all signatures certified by each respective County’s Circuit Clerk.
3.Upon securing the required number of certified signatures, the initiative is referred to the Legislature and is thereafter placed on the ballot of the next statewide general election. If a sufficient number of voters approve the initiative, the initiative becomes Mississippi constitutional law.
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MS Representatives who support internet sales tax

Many so-called Republican conservatives support the Marketplace Fairness Act (internet sales tax).

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Search Federal Funds to your Zip Code


To search state spending, see See the Spending

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Inside MS Politics

Victories 2013Inside Mississippi politics.

Thought-provoking articles

 

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Circuit Judges Violate Firearm Law in Mississippi

tnjudge2.pngMany MS judges created orders that prohibit weapons in court houses. MS law and Attorney General opinions say judges can only regulate weapons in court rooms while court is in session. Citizens must stop judges' illegal orders.

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Mississippi Letter-writers Get "No Gun" Signs Removed

We could send 100 letters to your public official.

It won't mean as much as one letter from you.

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Tri-fold flier: Victories and "Where can I carry a firearm?"

In addition: "It shall not be a violation of this section for any person over the age of eighteen (18) years to carry a firearm or deadly weapon concealed in whole or in part within the confines of his own home or his place of business, or any real property associated with his home or business or within any motor vehicle." MS Code § 97-37-1(2)"

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Motorcyclists for the Constitution

Sons of Liberty Riders is a political action group with more than 7,500 members nationwide. Now organizing in Mississippi!

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Mississippi for Liberty
To promote liberty in Mississippi by engaging in the legislative process, the election process and supporting other pro-liberty organizations around the state.