Mississippi State Health Officer Dr. Mary Currier answers questions from state legislators about the Department of Health in 2016 at the Capitol in Jackson.
Mississippi State Health Officer Dr. Mary Currier answers questions from state legislators about the Department of Health in 2016 at the Capitol in Jackson. Rogelio V. Solis AP File
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