Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Michael Randolph recently reappointed Stephen W. Burrow as a member of the Mississippi Ethics Commission for another four-year term.  This is Stephen’s second term on the Commission, where he will serve through November 2027.  The Mississippi Ethics Commission is a state agency charged with enforcement of the Ethics in Government Act, Open Meetings Act, and Public Records Act.  The eight-member commission is appointed by the Chief Justice, Governor, Lt. Governor, and Speaker of the House of Representatives.  Burrow said “I am honored by the Chief Justice’s reappointment.  I greatly appreciate his confidence in me and in the importance of the work the Ethics Commission performs for the citizens of our great State.”  For more information on the importan role of the Ethics Commission click here https://www.ethics.ms.gov/