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League & Legislature 2011

The Madison County Business League held its 2011 "League & Legislature" forum luncheon at the Mississippi State Capitol on Wednesday, February 16th in the Senate Judiciary Committee Room. The luncheon was attended by 150 members, local, county and state elected officials. The Madison County delegation comprised a panel of legislators who provided an update on current legislation being considered in the 2011 session. Madison County Chancery Clerk Arthur Johnston served as panel moderator. Lt. Governor Phil Bryant addressed the group prior to the forum.  Read More

Remembering Bill Collins

The Madison County Business League mourns the loss of William R. (Bill) Collins, III who was killed in a tragic one car accident on Wednesday, March 9, 2011. He was a partner in the Montgomery McGraw & Collins law firm in Canton and a longtime Canton city attorney. He will be greatly missed by his family, friends, colleagues and fellow Business League members. Read More

Coffee with the Senator

Please save the date for our latest “COFFEE with the SENATOR” featuring U.S. Senator Roger Wicker. Read More

Download the March 2011 Newsletter

Jan Collins and Lt. Governor Phil BryantThe March 2011 Newsletter is available for download. Read about the latest "League & Legislature" with Lt. Governor Phil Bryant. Read More

2011 League and Legislature

The Madison County Business League was invited to host its 2011 "League & Legislature" forum luncheon at the Mississippi State Capitol. The annual event was held on Wednesday, February 16th, at noon in the Senate Judiciary Committee Room. Lt. Governor Phil Bryant addressed the "standing room only" group of Business League members, local and county elected officials and other state officials. Students representing Business League member schools were also in attendance including St. Andrew's Episcopal School, St. Joseph Catholic School, Madison Central High School, Ridgeland High School and Velma Jackson High School (Canton Academy was unable to attend). Read More

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