Mississippi’s New Governor Sworn in

JACKSON, MS (Ben Caxton) — Tate Reeves was sworn in yesterday as Mississippi’s 65th governor, pledging to provide economic opportunities in the state. Reeves served two terms as lieutenant governor and two terms before that as the elected state treasurer before succeeding Phil Bryant as governor. Bryant and Reeves have pushed tax cuts and trimmed state budgets but says state government should not cause more problems than it solves. Governor Reeves says the state needs to clean up the prison system and take care of foster children and special-needs children.


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