A public interest group says state agencies spent well over a million dollars on meals during the last fiscal year

The group Mississippi Watchdog reports that state agencies bought 1.3 million dollars in meals during the last fiscal year, with the state education department being the biggest spender. That’s in addition to more than half a million dollars spent at casinos and resorts. Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves says he previously made agencies eliminate wasteful spending on travel and vehicles, but he says the report on meals makes it clear that there’s still more work to do.


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