Bryant says he believe the majority of Mississippians are in favor of a lottery.
Advisors tell the governor a lottery might produce as much as $70 to $80 million which is now going to other states where a lottery is legal.
The governor says he anticipates a state Supreme Court decision on whether the state can collect as much as $100 million in internet sales tax.
I was so honored to be recently elected as the Southern representative on the national NASDA board. Excited to help serve on issues to promote U.S. and southern agriculture, including MS Ag. Here’s the news release. https://t.co/6TeZQYn990
— Andy Gipson (@AndyGipsonForMS) May 31, 2018
Facebook in late April announced a new process for verifying the identities of people placing political ads on the social media site. Rose and Boyanton said they weren’t aware of the changes until ads were rejected last week, though Facebook said it followed up with emails to administrators of political pages. And since the verification process requires the use of a code sent to the candidates through the United States Postal Service, it’s not likely to arrive before the election.
Enjoyed speaking to Boys State participants this morning at Ole Miss. These young men represent a bright and prosperous future for Mississippi. pic.twitter.com/n2vcbqweHX
— Phil Bryant (@PhilBryantMS) May 30, 2018
Bryant and Hosemann visit Mississippi troops in TX
TAG @Durboyles, Sec. of State @DelbertHosemann and Lt. Gov. @tatereeves visit Dixie Thunder Soldiers who's been training at Ft. Bliss, Texas for their upcoming deployment. #LightningFocus #155mob pic.twitter.com/2oM3pLLknk
— 155ABCT (@155ABCT) May 30, 2018