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Suggested citation for this article: Zhang Z, Zhang L, Penman A, May W. Since 2005, the state has ranked first in the nation in adult obesity prevalence.Using small-area estimation method to calculate county-level prevalence of obesity in Mississippi, 2007-2009. For authorities to take targeted action against the obesity epidemic, counties, regions, and subpopulations that are most affected by obesity need to be identified.Adding to the coverage and uniqueness of the files are early newspaper clippings which were originally collected by the Mississippi Cooperative Extension Service and circulated upon request.These clipping files from Mississippi and some Memphis newspapers were retired to Special Collections when the service was discontinued.Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) persons in the U. state of Mississippi face legal challenges and discrimination not experienced by non-LGBT residents. Same-sex marriage is legal in accordance with the Supreme Court's decision in Obergefell v. However, discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity is not banned statewide.
The state of Mississippi will then issue an amended birth certificate. In 2018, the city of Starkville banned an LGBT pride parade from taking place.
Despite this reputation, opinion polls have reported a trend in support for LGBT rights and same-sex marriage, with a majority of Mississippi residents now favoring an anti-discrimination law covering sexual orientation and gender identity. Their complaint noted that as of 2014, 29% of Mississippi households headed by a same-sex-couple included children under the age of 18, the highest percentage in any U. The ban was officially declared dead on May 2, 2016 after a deadline passed at midnight for Mississippi officials to appeal the federal ruling.
One of the plaintiffs, Susan Hrostowski along with her wife, Kathryn Garner said: "I’ve been waiting 16 years to be able to adopt my son, so I’m overjoyed about that." Beginning May 3, 2016, any same-sex couples in the state of Mississippi may adopt children legally.
Currently, selected Mississippi newspapers are read for content and articles are selected, assigned topical headings and photocopied for the files.
This is particularly useful since most Mississippi newspapers are not indexed.The Mississippi Religious Freedom Restoration Act protects religious people from legal repercussions if they verbally condemn the lifestyle or actions of LGBT persons.