New Mississippi Resident Preference Law Is Important for Louisiana Contractors Crossing Border

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Mississippi amended the resident preference statute for Mississippi public works projects. The bill is important to contractors who do business in Mississippi. If you fail to abide, you're bid will be considered non-responsive.

Earlier this year, Mississippi passed into law Senate Bill 2370, amending the resident preference statute for Mississippi public works projects: Miss. Code Ann. § 31-3-21(3). The bill is extremely important to Louisiana contractors who do (are want to do) business on public projects in Mississippi. If you fail to abide, you're bid will be considered non-responsive.

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