12/04/2023: Post Conviction | Ousting of US Congressman | Flood Mitigation Canvasing

A Mississippi man convicted of two capital murders in 1994 says evidence and witness testimony used to convict him and sentence him to death are unreliable.

Then, a Mississippi Congressman oversaw the first expulsion of a House member in more than 20 years.

Plus, immigrant rights advocates are going door-to-door in their communities to discuss how a flood mitigation plan could affect Jackson and the lower Pearl River.



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