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While these resolutions work as an advocacy technique and education tool, they won’t be able to supersede state law, said Charles Irving, legal director of ACLU of Mississippi.
The state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act includes a provision that bars municipalities from passing laws that would usurp the state’s decision.
Diversity resolutions have also been passed in the Mississippi cities of Starkville, Hattiesburg, Greenville, Magnolia, Bay St. Mississippi is the fourth-most conservative state in the country, according to a 2013 Gallup poll.
In April, a flurry of negative media attention surrounding the passage of S. 2681 only extended the bleak picture of equality in the state.
He felt isolated as he grappled with his sexual orientation. Still, he’s encouraged by recent progress throughout the country and has seen a shift in many of his fellow Mississippians.PAROLE ELIGIBILITY FOR OFFENDERS WHO COMMITTED CRIMES ON OR AFTER JULY 1, 1995 BUT PRIOR TO JULY 1, 2014. An offender must be sentenced to one year or more to be eligible for parole and an offender’s initial parole eligibility date can never be less than one year.