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Attorney General's Office Provides Answer Regarding Casino Issue in Jackson Mississippi

On March 28, 2007, the Jackson County Board of Supervisors received a firm answer from the Attorney General's Office regarding whether or not they can hold a non-binding vote regarding a casino that will be built and operated by the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.

The answer was given by the Attorney General's Office in one sentence: "Yes, for the same reasons expressed by the Attorney General's Office to Guice on March 7, 2007, copy attached."

State Representative, Danny Guice, commented that the board already issued their own opinion last week after the Ocean Springs Board of Aldermen officially announced their stance regarding the gambling casino. Aside from that, the Ocean Springs Board of Aldermen, urged the supervisors to hold a vote as soon as possible regarding the casino issue.

State Representative Guice has already acquired an official consensus that says the county has the power to hold an election after the supervisors petitioned the legislature to pass legislation which gives them authority.


12 April 2007
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Jack Silverman

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