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Hinds County Chancery Court has allowed the addition of defendants to a lawsuit challenging the Jackson policing bill.

In a recent development, Judge Thomas ruled yesterday evening that the State of Mississippi, Governor Tate Reeves, and Attorney General Lynn Fitch can be included in the lawsuit in their official capacities.

The plaintiffs’ counsel argued that these three defendants play a crucial role in enforcing House Bill 1020, which is being challenged for its constitutionality.

On the other hand, attorneys representing the state contended that the involvement of the defendants was beyond the scope of the lawsuit.

The court is expected to deliver a ruling on the constitutionality of House Bill 1020 sometime between Friday and Monday.

In other news, the Jackson Police Department is currently conducting a homicide investigation.

Details surrounding the case remain limited at this time.

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