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Plan tries to slow brain drain from Mississippi

JACKSON -- Mississippi has a bright-lights-big-city problem ... The breaks could extend two more years if those people buy real estate, start a business that employs at least two people or work as K-12 teachers. "We're hoping this will entice some of ...

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