The political year of the state of Mississippi shall commence on the first Monday of January in each year. Drawn from the 1869 Constitution (Art. IV, sec. 6; Art. XII, sec. 1), this section sets the start of terms for all elected state and county officials (State v. Williams, 1873). The credit of the state shall not be pledged or loaned in aid of any person, association, or corporation; and the state shall not become a stockholder in any corporation or association, nor assume, redeem, secure, or pay any indebtedness or pretended indebtedness alleged to be due by...
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