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Gov.-elect Barbour Sets Two-Day Job Summit in Jackson
Jackson, MS, Clarion-Ledger ^
| Kanengiser, Andy
Posted on 11/27/2003 7:17:07 AM PST by Theodore R.
Edited on 05/07/2004 7:28:06 PM PDT by Jim Robinson.
Gov.-elect Haley Barbour doesn't take office until Jan. 13, but he is already trying to make good on a campaign promise.
Barbour on Wednesday announced details of a job creation summit in Jackson Dec. 15-16.
White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card and Federal Express CEO Fred Smith, a Marks native, are the keynote speakers for the summit, which will bring together business, higher education and political leaders to develop plans to spark Mississippi's economy.
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TOPICS: Culture/Society; Government
KEYWORDS: andycard; barbour; dec1516; federalexpress; fredsmith; govelect; jackson; jobssummit; ms; msdelta; musgrove; yazoocity
To: dixiechick2000; Hottie Tottie; MagnoliaMS; MississippiMan; vetvetdoug; NerdDad; Rebel Coach; ...
A see how smart Mississippi voters are ping
"While Clifton voted for Musgrove, she thinks Barbour can deliver jobs to Mississippi. "I believe he can, with him being a lobbyist. I feel he's made good connections in Washington and in the business arena.""
posted on 11/27/2003 9:27:38 AM PST
(3!~ Have you ever imagined a world with no hypothetical situations? (George Carlin))
To: Theodore R.; WKB
How to attract jobs to MS (in this order):
1) stop lawsuit abuse
2) cut taxes and runaway legislative spending
3) fight crime in the larger cities and towns
4) improve education
posted on 11/27/2003 10:58:19 AM PST
(I brought all this so you can survive when law is lawless.)
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