Read November 2 issue of MBJ
by MBJ Staff
Published: November 2,2012
GULF COAST Scaled-back port plan offers chance of timely completion— by Ted Carter
PORT CHIEF Search firm likely to lead effort fill job— by Ted Carter
GULF COAST $21.1 million recreational harbor, downtown facelift will redefine Bay St. Louis waterfront— by Lisa Monti
LAW Supreme Court clears way for excess insurers to pursue claims against counsel — by Clay Chandler
SUPERSTORM SANDY MSU economists lay out good, bad news — by Clay Chandler
ROSS REILY Thompson takes an inspiring look back
OUR VIEW Opportunity to assess direction of Jackson Redevelopment Authority
TED CARTER As in Mississippi, Florida’s jobs chief Gray Swoope exports jobs
NANCY ANDERSON A little oversight from the state isn’t so bad
MARTY WISEMAN The 2012 election and the ‘Zone of Litigation’
FOCUS Insurance & Employee Benefits
HEALTH CARE Medicaid changes provide incentives— by Becky Gillette
SMALL BIZ SPOTLIGHT Papazu Salon dazzles customers— by Becky Gillette
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