It is official. The 105-page piece of litigation brought about by Speaker Philip Gunn against Governor Tate Reeves has made its way to the attorney general’s office.
Yesterday, the news surfaced that Gunn was planning to file a lawsuit against Reeves over the first term governor’s decision to veto a large portion of the education budget bill, and today, Senator Hob Bryan joined the conversation to talk about the lawsuit and why it was filed.
Check out what all the chairman of the Public Health and Welfare Committee had to say below.
To read the 105-page lawsuit, Click here.