Law enforcement agencies say the veto of House Bill 1033 will help keep Mississippians safe from dangerous repeat offenders, who could have been released after serving 25 percent of their sentence.
Law enforcement agencies say the veto of House Bill 1033 will help keep Mississippians safe from dangerous repeat offenders, who could have been released after serving 25 percent of their sentence. File
Law enforcement agencies say the veto of House Bill 1033 will help keep Mississippians safe from dangerous repeat offenders, who could have been released after serving 25 percent of their sentence. File

Forum: Gov. Bryant preserved public safety with veto

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