Mississippi Legislators do not pass recall law

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July 14, 2010

By Kyle Maichle

JACKSON, Mississippi: Legislators in Mississippi ended session on May 3, 2010, without passing recall legislation[1][2].

Senate Bill 2102 would have allowed citizens in Mississippi to recall elected officials at the local level. In addition, the bill would have allowed citizens to recall school board members[3]

The bill died in committee without seeing a vote in either house of the Legislature[3].

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