Read this article by the NEMS Daily Journal. Speaker of the House, Philip Gunn, shares his thoughts on the issues that will be addressed during the 2014 legislative session.
“We are going to work hard to measure the efficiency of your taxpayer dollars and put more money into the programs that work and shut down the programs that don’t,” he said at the BancorpSouth Conference Center.
Gunn, R-Clinton, predicted the most heavily debated educational items next year would involve school governance and a program that would grant tax credits to those who donated to a fund to provide private school scholarships to low-income families.
Read more: Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal