Daily Journal, Today
My journalist friends tell me this is called "Burying the Lede."
"But at the end of the day, no one can say for sure how any court will rule in the future, and so the tough question remains."
Repeat after me: THIS IS NOT ABOUT MAEP. There is no language about MAEP in the Amendment. When law professors (who are, WAIT FOR IT...lawyers!) can't tell you what is going to happen with the law, you probably don't need to leave it in the hands of the county judges.
But of course you should trust them. After all, when has a lawyer or judge in Mississippi ever been corrupt? Or incompetent? Or both? Or even just out for a quick buck?
Somebody should ask Bobby DeLaughter. Or Dickie Scruggs. Or Ed Peters. I'm sure they'd be experts on that last question.