Editorials

Public education funding must be a priority at state

By PAT BROWN,

W e have a bit of a hard time figuring how the Missississippi Legislature would vote to fund a new type mechinism for public education when they had one in place for 20 plus years and only fully funded it two times in that time period.  What makes this even more interesting is the fact that it will cost more than what is currently be funded by





Clarification

The column that appeared in last week’s newspaper about the opioid lawsuit questioned whether Representative Noah Sanford had a conflict of interest.







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