Gov. Reeves to call special session regarding ‘biggest economic development project’ in Miss. history
JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) - Governor Tate Reeves will call a special session later this week regarding a $2.5 billion economic development project, the largest in Mississippi history.
Multiple House members earlier confirmed to WLBT that House Speaker Philip Gunn sent a message early Monday morning preparing them for the special session.
According to Reeves, this will be the “biggest economic development project in MS history” and that it is “coming to [the] Golden Triangle.”
The project, according to Reeves, will bring 1,000 new jobs with a $93,000 average salary.
The special session will begin Wednesday at 10 a.m.
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