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State senator proposes MSMS move to MSU

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Mariane Powell
Mississippi Sen. Dennis Debar, Jr. introduced Senate Bill 2715 on Feb. 19, which proposes MSMS moves to Mississippi State University’s campus.

Mississippi Sen. Dennis DeBar Jr. introduced Senate Bill 2715 on Feb. 19, which proposes MSMS moves to Mississippi State University’s campus.

Currently, the bill is active in the Senate Education and Appropriations committees.

If passed by the Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Tate Reeves, the Mississippi Department of Education would begin making plans for the move this summer. The school would remain on the Mississippi University for Women’s campus until the 2026-2027 academic year.

DeBar has not yet replied for comment on the story.

The full bill can be read here: SB2715.

The Vision will provide updates as they become available.

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