Monthly Archives: May 2015

Legislature Undercut Fisher’s Efforts to Clean-up MDOC

Why did the Legislature make the job of new MDOC Commissioner Marshall Fisher so hard? Following the indictment and resignation of the former commissioner, Gov. Phil Bryant in December appointed the formidable Fisher to head up the Mississippi Department of … Continue reading

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McCullough Will Have Hands Full at MDA

Eminently qualified to head up the Mississippi Development Authority (MDA), Glenn McCullough won’t have a cakewalk. Gov. Phil Bryant announced McCullough’s appointment last Thursday, saying, “He can build a consensus and get things done. We have great momentum in Mississippi, … Continue reading

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Get Ready for November Ballot Perplexity

The differences between Proposition 42 and Alternative 42A are stark. Huh? Well, for those not up to speed, Proposition 42 is the constitutional amendment on public school funding that over 116,000 citizens forced onto the ballot for this November. Alternative … Continue reading

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