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>> INSURANCE INSTITUTE: Lack of codes makes Mississippi Coast … MOST VULNERABLE — By Ted Carter

Also in this week’s paper:

>> LAST AGAIN: Insurance Institute gives state nation’s lowest grade for hurricane-resistant structures — by Ted Carter

>> REPORT: 70,000 coastal properties at risk to storm — by Ted Carter

>> AGRICULTURE: Southern senators: Farm Bill boosts Midwest, leaves Dixie with peanuts — by Ted Carter

>> FARM BILL: Former Delta Council leader: Farm Bill could have far-reaching implications — by Ted Carter

>> EDUCATION MEETS EXPOSURE: Millsaps partners with MBCI for entrepreneurial camp — by Clay Chandler

>> PSC LOOKING INTO KEMPER COSTS: $366 million in additional costs revealed after plant approved — by Clay Chandler

>> HEALTHCARE FOCUS: LACKING WORKFORCE — While job market for new RNs is tougher than in the past, Mississippi still has a shortage of nurses — by Becky Gillette

>> SMALL BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT — THE MECCA — Ground Zero Blues Club attracts national and international visitors, alike — by Becky Gillette


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