Posts Tagged ‘U.S. Supreme Court’

Hood wants Entergy case heard in state court

JACKSON — Attorney General Jim Hood is asking a federal court to send the state of Mississippi’s lawsuit against Entergy back to state court. In its recent ruling in Mississippi ex rel. Hood v. AU Optronics Corp., the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously agreed with Hood’s argument that cases brought by attorneys general to enforce their […] [...]

U.S. Supreme Court schedules oral argument for Jim Hood’s price-fixing lawsuit

by Clay Chandler Published: September 13,2013

Tags: consumer protection, law, Mississippi, U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in November related to Attorney General Jim Hood’s price-fixing lawsuit against liquid crystal display (LCD) screen manufacturers. In 2011, Hood sued the companies, accusing them of price-fixing from December 2006 to April 2011. He claimed the companies of forcing consumers to pay too much for their products, […] [...]

Few issues are more important for the state than healthcare

There are few issues that are more important or pressing for Mississippi businesses and consumers than the question of health care. As most of us are aware, the Magnolia State ranks far down the list in terms of the health of our population. Obesity, heart disease, diabetes, cancer — these are generally more impacting on […] [...]

Attorney general mulls legality of illegal worker felony charge

Attorney General Jim Hood is studying whether the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on Arizona’s immigration law killed part of a Mississippi statute that made it a felony for an illegal immigrant to work in the state. Hood said early last week he “did not know” for certain whether the June 25 Arizona ruling nullified the […] [...]

Immigration bill eliminates provisions blocked by federal court

Mississippi apparently won’t be getting a fully Alabma-style anti-immigration bill — at least not if the state Senate goes along with keeping from the final bill certain provisions removed by the House. The House version passed last Thursday could also keep Mississippi from the legal difficulties Alabama encountered earlier this month when the 11th Circuit […] [...]

MBJ EDITORIAL: Big questions for Kemper County coal plant come down to who knew what and when

by MBJ Staff Published: December 15,2011

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In May of 2010 we wrote, “For better or worse, the economic future for the next 40 years in southeastern Mississippi will be greatly impacted by the decision of Public Service Commissioner Leonard Bentz. “ Justices with the Mississippi Supreme Court may be asking now how he came to his decision when he changed his […] [...]

MBJ EDITORIAL: Rate increase of 11.35 percent just the beginning in regard to Kemper

by MBJ Staff Published: November 17,2011

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It was only a matter of time before Mississippi Power Company started raising the rates on its customers to pay for the $2.88 billion Kemper County coal plant. So, last week MPC filed documents with state regulators — the Public Service Commission — for a requested rate increase of 11.35 percent. The Commission has the […] [...]

Supreme court will hear Kemper Coal Plant arguments

The Mississippi Supreme Court will hear arguments from the Sierra Club challenging the state Public Service Commission’s approval of the project in Kemper County by Mississippi Power Co. Mississippi Power has started construction of the $2.4 billion coal plant. Oral arguments are scheduled for Dec. 14. The suit was filed and heard in Harrison County […] [...]

Minor takes appeal to US Supreme Court

by Associated Press Published: May 25,2010

Tags: 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, John Whitfield, Paul Minor, U.S. Supreme Court, Wes Teel

The U.S. Supreme Court has been asked by Paul Minor to review the judicial corruption case that sent the former lawyer and two judges to prison. Minor was a prominent tort lawyer before being convicted in 2007 with former Harrison County judges John Whitfield and Wes Teel. Prosecutors said Minor orchestrated a complicated scheme in […] [...]

Court staying out of water fight

by Associated Press Published: January 26,2010

Tags: county government, judiciary, municipal government, U.S. Supreme Court, water

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court declined yesterday to intervene in the State of Mississippi’s claims that Tennessee’s largest city is pumping too much water out of an aquifer shared by the two states, according to The Associated Press. The nation’s high court did not comment on why it declined to hear the case. The […] [...]

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