For the first time since the Mississippi Open Meetings law was enacted in 1976, two governmental bodies are appealing decisions handed down by the Mississippi Ethics Commission in cases involving a Columbus newspaper and a citizen of Lauderdale County.
MORTAL DANGER: Mississippi’s unfunded liability with its state pension system ranks high among the states according to a recent study. By Steve Wilson | Mississippi Watchdog | November 12, 2014 Got $18,722 to spare for each resident of the Magnolia State? That’s each Mississippian’s share of the state’s growing unfunded liabilities in its defined-benefit pension system. Good luck […]