Mississippi

Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Mack Beggs wrestled against Mya Engert during the quarter finals of the Texas Wrestling State Tournament on February 24, 2017 at Berry Center in Cypress. Beggs was assigned female at birth, so he was only allowed to compete in the league for girls. (Photo: Leslie Plaza Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)
LGBTQ+ rights advocates are warning about the law's impact on trans children and sounding the alarm about similar bills in other states.
Kenny Stancil, staff writer
City Council President Aaron Banks carries bottled water at a local distribution center in Jackson, Mississippi. (Photo: Screengrab from ABC 16 WAPT News)
"Water is a basic necessity and it just brought a lot of frustration, anger,...

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The news of the world is bleak but you could live in Mississippi, which has passed an anti-Bloomberg law that forbids banning the Big Gulp or putting other regulations on food and drink. Thus, leaders of the state with the country's highest obesity rate and lowest income - which recently passed a law allowing kids to pray in school, just remembered to abolish slavery, only gave women the vote in 1984 and is still not sure about the whole inter-racial thing - have vowed that what really matters...