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WCBI – Gubernatorial candidates debate for second time

DAILY JOURNAL – Hood, Reeves spar over education, taxes in second gubernatorial debate

Attorney General Jim Hood and Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves squared off in the second debate on Monday for the upcoming governor’s election, where the two candidates painted different pictures for the future of the state by offering opposing proposals for education, taxes and keeping more young people from leaving Mississippi.

Hood, the Democratic nominee, spent a large amount of his allotted time accusing his opponent of failing to fix problems that plague the state while he has been in office and for giving taxpayer’s dollars away to out-of-state corporations in tax exemptions.

Reeves, the Republican nominee, touted the state’s economic status and defended his time as the leader of the Mississippi State Senate for the past eight years while claiming Hood’s proposals are going to cause tax increases for average Mississippians.

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WDAM – MEDQ awards solid waste assistance grant to Pine Belt counties

MDEQ awards solid waste assistance grant to Pine Belt counties
MDEQ announced Monday that Jones County was awarded $27,726 to go towards a household hazardous waste collection program.
“The Solid Waste Assistance Grants support a variety of useful solid waste management activities for cities and counties, and this grant will assist the county’s efforts in improving their management of solid waste,” said Gary Rikard, MDEQ Executive Director.
Lamar County was awarded $50,000 for the use of its bulky waste collection program.
Jefferson Davis County was awarded $13,995 that will be used for illegal dumpsite cleanup.