|January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month|
|As we close out the month, I’d like to bring to your attention the terrible crime that is human trafficking. President Donald J. Trump has
declared the month of January as National Slavery and Human Trafficking Month. According to the President’s proclamation, an estimated
25 million adults and children around the world experience some form of modern slavery.
To view President Trump’s full proclamation, Click Here
This week, I will be speaking at our State’s Human Trafficking Summit in Jackson. There I will discuss why a whole community response is
We are going to work with our Law Enforcement Partners to hunt down traffickers, then prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law.
We will assist victims of this horrific crime at every level: physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. This will allow them to
I was honored to provide remarks at the closing session of the Mississippi Municipal League’s Mid-Winter Legislative Conference.
I want to partner with our State’s municipal leaders so that we can better serve the families and businesses of our communities.
Several municipal leaders were a part of my transition team and I am grateful to them for sharing their knowledge and understanding of what you need
from your Attorney General’s Office.
|National Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of the Unborn|
|On January 22nd, the 47th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, I joined Governor Reeves on a day of prayer for the sanctity of life. It is important
to remember that over 61 million babies have been denied the right to life.
As Mississippi’s Attorney General, I will always defend the laws that promote the values important to Mississippians, including our respect
That is why I will defend our pro-life law before the United States Supreme Court.
Please continue to pray for the unborn as we move forward in our fight for life.
Republican Attorneys General urge Senate to reject Articles of Impeachment
Last week, I joined Republican Attorneys General from 20 other states to submit a letter to the United States Senate, laying out the legal case for
rejecting the Democrat House articles of impeachment against President Donald J. Trump.
The Democrats have sidelined important work for the people of Mississippi and the nation in pursuing this hyper-partisan and baseless inquiry. Their
legal case lacks any foundation in law or fact, and the Senate should reject the House Articles and get back to work on the people’s business.
The letter was signed by the attorneys general of Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri,
Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia.
Click on the image (upper right) to view and download the entire letter that was submitted to the Senate.