Governor Bryant signs new law on school superintendents in Mississippi
Gov. Phil Bryant signed House Bill 32 on Tuesday, and it became law immediately.
It was prompted by the Dec. 31 resignation of the Webster County superintendent, who had three years left in his term. Without a change in state law, the county would have paid about $50,000 for a special election to fill the job.
Posted January 18, 2017 - 11:19 am