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Rep. Brad Mayo Authors Bill Allowing School Districts to Sell School-Issued Computers to Students Upon HS Graduation

Governor Phil Bryant hosted Representatives Brad Mayo (R-Oxford) and Nick Bain (D-Corinth) to acknowledge the signing of House Bill 662.  Photo (L-R): Rep. Nick Bain (D-Corinth), Governor Phil Bryant and Rep. Brad Mayo (R-Oxford)
Governor Phil Bryant hosted Representatives Brad Mayo (R-Oxford) and Nick Bain (D-Corinth) to acknowledge the signing of House Bill 662.
 (L-R): Rep. Nick Bain (D-Corinth), Governor Phil Bryant and Rep. Brad Mayo (R-Oxford)

On July 8, Governor Phil Bryant hosted Representatives Brad Mayo (R-Oxford) and Nick Bain (D-Corinth) to acknowledge the signing of House Bill 662, authored by Rep. Mayo.

The bill authorizes school districts to sell school-issued computers to students upon their high school graduation for a nominal fee. The student would have to show proof of acceptance into a Mississippi college or university. Currently, these computers are turned over to surplus property. Rep. Mayo believes this legislation provides a way for school districts to receive revenue and help students as they transition into their next level of education.

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