Sep 20, 2023
“I Want To See Hospitals Stay Open” State Rep. Hines Pleads As Tate Reeves Refuses To Expand Medicaid
Greenville, MS – Elected officials and health care workers gathered at Greenville Higher Education Center for a round table and criticized Tate Reeves for his refusal to expand Medicaid. In August, Greenwood Leflore Hospital went up for lease for the second time in two years and hospital administrators said that the hospital only has enough cash to pay employees through September.
Sep 15, 2023
“Presley’s Gained Some Ground” As Henry Barbour Warns of Trouble For Reeves On The Coast
Jackson, MS – GOP Strategist Henry Barbour rang the alarm bells of low Republican enthusiasm for Tate Reeves on the Gulf Coast. He said that the way Tate Reeves is defeated is if Republicans don’t turn out in the Coast. SuperTalk host Paul Gallo concurred with Barbour saying, “the 600 lb gorilla in the room is getting people to turnout.”
Sep 13, 2023
ICYMI: Under Tate Reeves, Mississippi Has The Highest Infant Mortality Rate In The Country
Jackson, MS – A new report from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention shows that under Tate Reeves, Mississippi has the highest infant mortality rate at 9.4% exceeding the national rate by almost 4%. Another report shows that the maternal mortality for Black women has increased 25% on Reeves’ watch.
Sep 6, 2023
Nurse Warns ‘People Are Going To Die And They’re Going To Suffer' As Tate Reeves’ Refusal to Expand Medicaid Devastates Hospitals
Tupelo, MS – Today, State Rep. Rickey Thompson, local leaders, and healthcare professionals sent warnings of hospital depredation as Tate Reeves refuses to expand Medicaid. In July, North Mississippi Medical Center announced that it will be laying off employees, cutting their hours and reassigning them to different jobs.
Sep 5, 2023
Local Leaders to Kick-Off ‘Save Our Hospitals’ Tour
Jackson, MS – Elected officials, local leaders, and healthcare professionals across Mississippi will hold a series of events to highlight the state’s hospital crisis. The tour will stretch from Greenville to Gulfport and make stops in Jackson, Tupelo, Hattiesburg, and more.