Legislature balances ‘14 budget
JACKSON – The Mississippi Legislature ended the 2014 session today after passing a balanced, $6 billion budget, continuing to invest in education and implementing measures to make government more transparent and efficient, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves said.
“In the 2014 session, the Senate focused on creating a smart, balanced budget and policies that would end wasteful spending and reflect our state’s values,” Lt. Gov. Reeves said. “I am fortunate to work alongside Speaker Gunn to create conservative policies aimed at growing Mississippi and creating more jobs in our state.”
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