Governor Phil Bryant's Public Statements

Office: Governor (MS), Republican
On The Ballot: Running, Republican for Governor
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The Republic - After a Term as Lt. Governor, Republican Bryant Seeks to Move Up to Top Elected Post in Miss. 4/10/15 Governor Bryant Signs Gun Rights Measures into Law 4/08/15 Raytheon Cuts Ribbon on New Facility in Forest, Miss. 4/07/15 Avectus Healthcare Solutions Expanding in Corinth, Miss. 4/03/15 Governor Phil Bryant Comments on the Passing of Judge Dan Fairly 4/02/15 Governor Phil Bryant Comments on 2015 Legislative Session 4/02/15 Southern Motion Expanding Operations in Baldwyn, Miss. 4/01/15 Three Confirmed to Mississippi Gaming Commission 3/26/15 Bill to Provide Help to Special Needs Students Heads to Governor 3/24/15 Timber Company Pro South Expanding Operations in Prentiss County, Miss. 3/24/15 Governor Bryant Signs Measure to Lower Cost of College Tuition for Veterans 3/24/15 Gov. Bryant, USDA Announce $20.5 Million Workforce Training Grant 3/19/15 Governor Bryant Comments on Appointment of Dr. LouAnn Woodward to Lead UMMC 3/18/15 House Democrat Leadership Blocks Tax Relief for Mississippians 3/16/15 Letter to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Gina McCarthy - Changes to National Ambient Air Quality Standards 3/12/15 Gov. Bryant Sets Special Election Date for House District 45 3/05/15 State Offices Affected by Winter Weather to Remain Closed 3/05/15 Gov. Bryant Delays Opening of Some State Offices Due to Potential Effects of Winter Weather 3/04/15 Governor Bryant Thanks Senate for Passing Iran Divestment Act 3/04/15 Governor Bryant Issues State of Emergency Ahead of Winter Weather 3/03/15 Beth Harkins Aldridge Confirmed to Workers' Compensation Commission 3/02/15 Gov. Bryant Orders Flags Lowered in Honor of Speaker Tim Ford 2/27/15 Gov. Phil Bryant Comments on the Passing of Speaker Tim Ford 2/26/15 State Offices in Jackson Capitol Complex Scheduled to Reopen 2/25/15 State Offices Affected by Winter Weather to Remain Closed 2/24/15 Governor Bryant Orders Early Closing of Some State Offices Due to Potential Effects of Winter Weather 2/17/15 Governor Bryant Encouraged by Texas Immigration Order 2/16/15 Governor Bryant Delays Opening of Some State Offices Due to Potential Impacts of Winter Weather 2/15/15 Gov. Phil Bryant Issues State of Emergency Ahead of Winter Weather 2/12/15 Letter to Barack Obama, President of the United States - Sign Keystone XL Pipeline into Law 2/10/15 Delta-Energy Group, LLC Locating Operations in Natchez, Miss. 2/06/15 Gov. Phil Bryant Comments on the Passing of Congressman Alan Nunnelee 2/04/15 Governor Bryant Commends Senate for Passage of Government Reform Measures 1/30/15 Gov. Phil Bryant Appoints Karen Elam to State Board of Education 1/30/15 Winston Plywood Breaks Ground at Site of New Manufacturing Facility in Louisville, Miss. 1/29/15 Letter to John Boehner, Speaker of the House, and Mich McConnell, Senate Majority Leader - Provide States with Greater Flexibility, Control and Authority 1/29/15 Foundation for Excellence in Education Applauds Governor Bryant for Education Reforms 1/27/15 Governor Phil Bryant Applauds Committee Passage of Special Needs Bill 1/26/15 Von Drehle Breaks Ground on Paper Machine Facility in Natchez, Miss. 1/26/15 United Furniture Industries Locating Manufacturing Operations in Verona, Miss. 1/22/15 Governor Phil Bryant Comments on 42nd Anniversary of Roe v. Wade 1/21/15 Gov. Phil Bryant Delivers 2015 State of the State Address 1/09/15 Gov. Bryant Activates State Disaster Housing Assistance for Tornado Survivors 1/08/15 Raybern Foods to Relocate Manufacturing Operations to Tupelo, Miss. 1/08/15 Public Assistance Approved for Marion County Following Severe Storms and Tornadoes 12/22/14 Mississippi Ranks #7 Nationally in National Board Certified Teachers; 198 added in 2013-2014 12/14/14 Governor Phil Bryant: The Common Core Truth 12/09/14 Governor Bryant Creates Human Trafficking Task Force 12/02/14 FNC Breaks Ground on New Headquarters in Oxford, Miss. 12/01/14 Gov. Bryant Welcomes Lt. Gov. Reeves' Opposition to Common Core