‘They Don’t Trust The People’: Lawmakers Want To Weaken Voter Power, McDaniel Warns

The Mississippi Free Press reached out to the Yes On 76 campaign (which suspended its signature-collecting efforts on May 19 following the court’s ruling) for comment on White’s remarks. T. Richard Roberson, the general counsel for the Mississippi Hospital Association, sent a statement addressing the speaker pro tempore’s claims.“Let’s be clear, the only agenda for the Mississippi Hospital Association in supporting a ballot measure for Medicaid expansion was to promote healthcare coverage for working Mississippians—period,” the MHA said. Mississippi Free Press, Read More.

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