JACKSON – No politician talked much about tax cuts during his or her official speech late last month at the Neshoba County Fair.
But perhaps the biggest news that came out of the event is that a tax cut will be seriously considered during the 2015 legislative session – an election year.
On the first day of Neshoba speeches, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves, answering questions from the media after he finished his talk, said he is studying possible tax cuts proposals for the 2015 session.
“We think it is time to look at a pay raise for taxpayers,” said Reeves.