Quality Education For All Mississippi Children

Nearly two decades ago, your state legislators promised to provide each child in our state with an adequate education. To date, they have failed on that promise. Our state legislators have a responsibility to fully fund education for our children in grades K-12.

It’s time to act now by passing Initiative 42.

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How Legislators Failed Our Children and Our Schools.

A majority of the Mississippi House and Senate voted for a political dirty trick on Jan. 13 and 14 – an alternative to go on the November ballot with our Initiative 42, which nearly 200,000 of you signed for change. Check our votes lists and let your legislators know that you appreciate their “No” votes for a one-issue ballot or that you are not pleased that they voted “Yea” for the dirty trick.

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Quality Education For All Mississippi Children

Nearly two decades ago, your state legislators promised to provide each child in our state with an adequate education. To date, they have failed on that promise. Our state legislators have a responsibility to fully fund education for our children in grades K-12.

It’s time to act now by passing Initiative 42.

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How Legislators Failed Our Children and Our Schools.

A majority of the Mississippi House and Senate voted for a political dirty trick on Jan. 13 and 14 – an alternative to go on the November ballot with our Initiative 42, which nearly 200,000 of you signed for change. Check our votes lists and let your legislators know that you appreciate their “No” votes for a one-issue ballot or that you are not pleased that they voted “Yea” for the dirty trick.

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Better Schools, Better JobsWednesday, February 25th, 2015 at 5:17pm
Thanks, SunHerald - another straight shot: Gunn's income-tax cut bill is election-year pandering that, if passed, could wreck what's important to our state's future: fully funded schools, safe bridges, health care.
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Better Schools, Better JobsWednesday, February 25th, 2015 at 4:46pm
Thanks, Daily Journal, for calling a spade a spade. Cutting taxes sounds good, but when you chop the state's General Fund by 1/3, it means the state will NEVER fully fund our schools.

What sense does that make? Don't be fooled by...
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Better Schools, Better JobsTuesday, February 24th, 2015 at 5:47pm
Hey, mayors, alderman, county supervisors: If this House income tax-cut plan passes, are you ready to assume the $$ responsibilities for your schools, roads, bridges, other services now funded by the state?

This is why we need #Init42 - the...
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  • House debate begins soon on @PhilipGunnMS's plan to eliminate MS personal income taxes. Watch Tweets @REALNEWSQUEEN #msleg
  • Congratulations, Twitter-buddy @LundyBrantley, new supt. for Union Municipal Schools. @PearlPiratesPHS's loss, Union's gain. Best wishes.
  • Thanks, #TheSunHerald - You're right! Editorial: Gunn's plan to phase out income tax is unworkable | http://t.co/ynfF108Pm4 #msleg
  • You've got it, DJ! - OUR OPINION: Gunn's tax cut proposal is fiscally irresponsible - Daily Journal http://t.co/c3KlBrpmVg
  • Hey, MS mayors, aldermen, county supervisors: How do you feel about getting new $$ burdens if #msleg OKs massive personal income tax cut?