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BILL CRAWFORD — State population trends make healthcare issue big

Reckon conservatives will listen when two conservative, pro-capitalism columnists say healthcare is a big issue in Mississippi? Both Wyatt Emmerich and Sid Salter have conservative views and come from the owner side of newspapers where capitalism prevails. Both recently wrote powerful columns about the need to address healthcare issues in Mississippi. Emmerich wrote about Medicaid expansion and pointed to a ...

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Report on state revenue completion lagging

By BOBBY HARRISON With the month of September quickly approaching, the report detailing Mississippi revenue collections for the month of July is still not complete. Normally, the staff of the Legislative Budget Committee has the monthly reports completed within a few days of the end of the month. But the July report has created unique problems. Debbie Rubisoff, director of the ...

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Gunn wants another evaluation of MDOT spending

  By TED CARTER Lawmakers are set to take yet another look at the effectiveness of Mississippi Department of Transportation’s spending, House Transportation Chairman Charles Busby says. Busby does not think another evaluation is needed just two years after a report from the Joint Legislative Committee on Performance Evaluation and Expenditure Review, or PEER, gave MDOT passing grades on its spending ...

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