Centralizing Mississippi's state agencies in downtown Jackson resisted
Two bills passed by a Senate committee Monday could save the state millions in building lease payments, help revitalize flagging downtown Jackson and make state government more efficient, said Senate Public Property Chairman David Blount, D-Jackson. But regional politics around the measures could make the bills authored by Blount a tough sell, ... (more)
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#1 Feb 5, 2013
So basically Phil Gunn & his buddies want the state money going to their districts so he puts up with pork, cute.
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