Long before Prevacus became embroiled in Mississippi’s massive welfare fraud scandal, the drug company’s founder Jake VanLandingham and retired NFL quarterback Brett Favre sought the Trump White House’s help to fund its efforts to launch a new concussion drug, text messages former Gov. Phil Bryant released Thursday show.
Secretary of State Michael Watson writes about the importance of Mississippi elections and reflects on his work with the legislature to ensure security and accessibility for all voters throughout the state. ”Mississippi told me what was needed to secure our elections, and I’m proud of our work to reaffirm to Mississippians the vote they cast is the vote counted, but we can’t stop there,” he writes.
Former Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant says he will release “all” of his text messages related to the State’s massive welfare-fraud scandal, he announced in a video message released to media outlets this morning.