JACKSON, MISS– This morning, members of the state House of Representatives will gather on the steps of the Capitol to announce an effort to repeal the Religious Liberties Accommodation Act, which is HB 1523.
Governor Bryant has already signed this into law, and if not repealed, it will go into effect on July 1.
Representative Jay Hughes from Oxford is announcing the Mississippi Economic and Tourism Recovery Act, which would be the first step to repeal HB 1523 if it were to pass.
This bill would be the introduction of a concurrent suspension resolution which would put rules and deadlines on hold in the state house.
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