June 10, 2009
House Democrat John Mayo decried the governor's intervention in budget negotiations.
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Soda Tax Will Fizzle Out
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Compromise Sex-Ed Bill Moves Ahead
School districts would have to choose between implementing an abstinence-only or an abstinence-plus sex education curriculum by June 2011 under a bill the House Education Committee passed Wednesday.
Easy On Community Colleges?
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Although he isn't an official party in the Mississippi Legislature's budget negotiations, Gov. Haley Barbour is still wielding his influence. The regular session ended last week with House and Senate ...
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