Podcast: Dem leader urges Gov. Reeves to reconsider ending rental assistance program

8/15/2022 5:30:00 PM

Sen. Derrick Simmons, the Senate Democratic leader, discusses ways he says the state can help improve the lives of working poor Mississippians.

On TheOtherSideMT, Sen. Derrick Simmons of Greenville, the Senate Democratic leader, discusses with Mississippi Today’s Bobby Harrison and Geoff Pender ways he says the state can help improve the lives of working poor Mississippians.

Sen. Derrick Simmons, the Senate Democratic leader, discusses ways he says the state can help improve the lives of working poor Mississippians.

by Bobby Harrison and Geoff Pender, Mississippi Today August 15, 2022 by Bobby Harrison and Geoff Pender, Mississippi Today August 15, 2022 Sen..This should come as no surprise from a party that told us inflation was transitory: Bryan Steil Rep.SALT LAKE CITY — Party Executive Director Thom DeSirant said in a statement that Democratic party leaders had asked Sen.

Derrick Simmons of Greenville, the Senate Democratic leader, discusses with Mississippi Today’s Bobby Harrison and Geoff Pender ways he says the state can help improve the lives of working poor Mississippians.READ MORE: Gov.Tate Reeves halts federal rental assistance, says it incentivizes not working This article first appeared on Mississippi Today and is republished here under a Creative Commons license.The provision comes after Sen.1.

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.Mississippian’s need to get back to work and quite with all The Free, Poor handouts! tatereeves is putting an end to rental assist, thank god! Keep the elected politicians like tatereeves and PhilBryantMS from stealing from them would be a great start. Quit giving millions of welfare to Brett Favre would be a good start?

Covid eviction moratorium stopped me from evicting a tenant who didn’t pay for almost a year. MS rental assistance program required proof of hardship and cooperation on the part of the tenant, and mine refused. If someone is not working and paying now, there is no excuse.

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