Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Copy of Rankin County Supervisor's Letter Asking for Veto

Attached is a copy of the letter all Rankin County Supervisors wrote to Governor Bryant seeking a veto of House Bill 1584.  Interesting.  And thanks to a reader who posted this link to Clarion Ledger columnist, Sam Hall's take on this.  


7 comments:

Anonymous said...

The person that most influenced the governor did not have his signature.

Anonymous said...

Ok, I will bite. Who most influenced the Governor? We deserve to know why he would do such a thing and who is more important to him than those who put him in office.

Anonymous said...

You must remember, Bryant isn't very smart.
He probably didn't even understand what he was doing.

Anonymous said...

We need to remember Wood Brown come election time! He really looked out for the people of the REZ area............

Anonymous said...

I had heard that Wood Brown worked hard for us but explain to me why he betrayed us by signing that letter with all the other Rankin County Supervisors asking the Gov to veto the very measure he told us he was supporting? Unless there is some really awesome explanation, not only will I not vote for him, I will campaign against him. So, please someone tell us why he would be so two faced.

Anonymous said...

12:46,

Because he thinks its still the '80's and Hinds County.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know why Wood Brown signed the letter to Governor Bryant along with all the other supervisors to veto the bill? Does anyone know the real reason why Bryant vetoed it and who it was that influenced him?