The state’s campaign laws and lack of enforcement are an open invitation to corruption and cronyism.
But corruption, cronyism, transparency and reform have become like the weather with Mississippi politicians — everyone talks about it, but no one ever does anything about it. We are in serious need of some of that “ree-form.”
No law is going to prevent larceny if someone is intent on it. But state law should at least give Mississippians a fighting chance at knowing whose money is influencing — or buying — politicians.
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