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EOO Backs Up Officer's Claim of Hostile Work Environment

Updated: 03/25/2014 - Newscenter 11 has obtained a copy of a finding from Meridian's equal employment officer that found "enough evidence" to verify a police officer's claim of an "offensive, intimidating, and threatening" work environment by Police Chief James Lee.

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TANF Drug-Testing Bill Becomes Law July 1

Posted: 03/25/2014 - Gov. Phil Bryant has signed a welfare drug-testing bill that says applicants who test positive must get treatment in order to get cash.

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David Watkins to Appeal

Updated: 03/25/2014 - A Jackson developer says he'll appeal penalties levied by the secretary of state's office for allegations that he took funds from a mall project and diverted it to a project to build a new police station in Meridian.

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Hosemann Cites Actions by Developer Watkins

Posted: 03/24/2014 - The Mississippi secretary of state's office says it has found Jackson developer David Watkins took funds from a mall project and diverted it to a project to build a new police station in Meridian.

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Lawmakers Close to Finalizing Budget

Posted: 03/24/2014 - Mississippi legislators expect to be busy this week working out final details of a $6 billion budget for the coming year.

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McDaniel Campaigns in Meridian

Updated: 03/21/2014 - A Mississippi state senator was on the campaign trail in Meridian Friday, as he seeks higher office.

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Legislators OK Final Version of Justice Bill

Posted: 03/21/2014 - Mississippi lawmakers have revised and passed the final version of a bill designed to make the state's criminal justice system more efficient and less expensive.

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Council Delays Vote on Hearing Officer

Updated: 03/18/2014 - Meridian's Mayor says he will provide the council with background and contact information on three out-of-town attorneys he's considering to conduct hearings for the Civil Service Commission.

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Employee Pay Proposal Stalls in Mississippi Senate

Posted: 03/18/2014 - Mississippi senators have rejected a proposal to give a $1,000 pay raise to all state employees. But, a top budget writer says legislators still might consider a raise for lower-paid government workers.

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