September 5, 2017

MS Medical Center’s Drive to Save Lives Tour

Thanks to University Medical Center for hosting the Mississippi Medical Center’s Drive to Save Lives Tour. Thanks to State Farm for sponsoring the event at Mantachie High School. It was great to be part of the program encouraging young people to drive safely and make good decisions.

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August 31, 2017

Houston & Pratts Community

I’m out checking on my neighbors in the Houston and Pratts community. So sorry for the material loses, but I’m thankful that no one was hurt. I want to thank Tombigbee Electric for their swift response. I saw more than ten trucks in the area. Please pray for everyone that has lost their homes and businesses.

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August 30, 2017

NSPARC

Great to be at NSPARC in Starkville today. As a policy maker, I am grateful for the data that NSPARC compiles. Using their data, we are able to make good economic policy for the people of Mississippi. Thanks to Dr. Domencio Parisi for his time and hospitality.

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August 18, 2017

Baldwyn High School

Senator Chad McMahan, Baldwyn Mayor Michael James, and Assistant District Attorney Brian Neely were invited to speak to the students at Baldwyn High School this morning. We discussed career opportunities in this region, and we discussed the importance of integrity and developing good work principles so they will be ready to join the modern workforce.

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August 16, 2017

American Legion Post 49

Senator Chad McMahan visited with the men and women of American Legion Post 49 this morning. Enjoyed listening to their thoughts and concerns.

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August 15, 2017

County Wide Town Hall

In Lee county at a county wide town hall style discussion between the sheriff, county supervisors, and citizens listening to the pros and cons of a new and /or refurbished county law enforcement facility.

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July 18, 2017

Opioid Town Hall Meeting

Informative meeting tonight at the Opioid Town Hall meeting in Tupelo / Lee County. We appear to be in a pandemic of drug abuse with legal and illegal drugs throughout this state. Many came from across the state to discuss statistics, treatment, and how communities and families can respond to the issue.

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