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Read September 10 issue of MBJ

>> EMPIRE CRUMBLES Full coverage of Tri-State Brick & Tile’s topple from the wall— by Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >>OUTDOORS Researchers at MSU to examine possible Tanglefoot development by Clay Chandler >> BEER Lucky Town Brewing Co. agrees to terms with contract brewer by Clay Chandler >> FACEBOOK Cities turning to social media to round up delinquent ...

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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 felony provision but would look ...

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Read July 23 issue of MBJ

>> ARIZONA KNOCKOUT? Hood mulls legality of subjecting illegal workers to felony charge— By Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >> HEALTH CARE Insurance commissioner insists exchange work continuing on pace— by Ted Carter >> PANTHER SWAMP PANIC Refuge expansion proposal causing panic— by Clay Chandler >> LAW State law bar approves appellate law section by Clay Chandler >> GULF ...

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Bryant unsure of migrant labor crackdown’s economic costs

Gov. Phil Bryant says he has no idea what the costs would be to Mississippi’s agricultural sector if a tough anti-immigration law caused undocumented immigrants to leave the state en masse as they have in Georgia and Alabama. While Georgia and Alabama sustained serious economic losses from crops that went un-harvested after the workers left, Bryant does not expect that ...

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