Republicans Hosemann, Reeves at odds over Medicaid, teacher pay and gas tax. So how might they work

September 6, 2019, Mississippi Today, Adam Ganucheau -  When it comes to infrastructure, health care and teacher pay raises, Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves and Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann - who would be the state’s next governor and lieutenant governor, respectively, if Republicans have their way in November - have pitched clashing solutions during their respective campaigns.  The contrasting policy ideas call into question how the duo might work together atop state government and, by extension, how much they would get done.  The question is particularly pressing as Reeves moves to shore up Republican support after a divisive GOP runoff for governor and convince members of his party who voted for former state Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr. that he can beat Jim Hood, a popular moderate Democrat, in November.

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