Mississippi uses a traditional state legislative system of government. The House of Representatives and Senate meet from January through April every year, and statewide elections are held the year before presidential elections. Mississippi governor Ronnie Musgrove was inaugurated in January 2000 and will serve through January 2004. In the Mississippi Government category, you will find a variety of information on state agencies and other missions of state government. Information on Mississippi politics can be found in Society and Culture.
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Official state site offering links to government offices, educational institutions, tourism, birth and death certificates, driver licenses, healthcare and business development.
Mississippi Association of Supervisors (MAS)
Organization of county government officials, working together to develop an effective and efficient system of county government in the state. Information about events, issues, and resources available.
Mississippi Justice Court
Directory of courts, lawyers, and other legal services in Mississippi.
Mississippi Management and Reporting System
Central repository for statistics and financial information offering password-protected access to officials and researchers.
Mississippi Office of Homeland Security
Official site provides information on the agency, grants, proposals, vendor information, training events and newsletters and press releases.
Mississippi Public Service Commission
Regulates telecommunications, electric, gas, water and sewer utilities.
Mississippi State Chemical Laboratory
An independent state-supported division of Mississippi State University. The Laboratory was established by the state in 1892 for the primary purpose of providing chemical analyses for the control of fertilizer quality.
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