Sen. Horhn discusses final portion of the 2020 session

The Mississippi State Legislature will be gaveling in tomorrow morning for what appears to be the final time this calendar year.

With Sine Die day not being until October 10th, a date that was self-imposed by lawmakers, legislators will have up to 10 days to adjust any CARES Act dollars that were appropriated back in June. However, it seems as if they’ll be able to wrap everything up in just a couple of days.

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To hear Senator John Horhn talk about the reconvening of the legislature (plus he provides a few of his thoughts from last night’s presidential debate around the 17 minute mark), watch the video below.