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Mississippi governor says creating second flag 'does not meet the threshold'

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Mississippi governor says creating second flag 'does not meet the threshold'

Mississippi governor says creating second flag 'does not meet the threshold'

The governor believes creating a second state flag will divide the state further.

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Tate reeves does not support the idea of having two state flags.

"over the weekend there has been a proposal floating amongst some in the legislature to create a second mississippi flag," gov.

Reeves said monday morning.

"let's call it the separate but equal' flag option."

Reeves said that while well- intentioned, "it does not meet the threshold."

Mississippi house democrats have also said they would not support the two flag alternative and are prepared to vote against, "any measure short of taking an up or down vote for change!"

Reeves said he has been "thinking and praying hard" about the best way to find a solution, one that "unites us as a people proud of our




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