ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD 
 During a short internship at the Mississippi Center for Justice, second-year law student Ryan Ezelle examined post-Katrina job creation from almost $1 billion in projects that are supposed to help retain and create jobs, plus boost economic development.
ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD During a short internship at the Mississippi Center for Justice, second-year law student Ryan Ezelle examined post-Katrina job creation from almost $1 billion in projects that are supposed to help retain and create jobs, plus boost economic development.
ANITA LEE/SUN HERALD During a short internship at the Mississippi Center for Justice, second-year law student Ryan Ezelle examined post-Katrina job creation from almost $1 billion in projects that are supposed to help retain and create jobs, plus boost economic development.

State spent almost $1 billion on post-Katrina jobs, but how many are there?

March 13, 2016 07:56 PM

UPDATED March 14, 2016 11:53 AM

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