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WROX Radio, Clarksdale, Mississippi.From WROX:

A bill that would make it harder for people to sue Mississippi property owners for some injuries is headed to Governor Phil Bryant for his signature or veto.  On Tuesday the state Senate voted 31-21 to concur with changes that the House made to Senate Bill 2901.  The Landowners Protection Act says a person who owns, leases, operates or manages property could not be held liable for injuries caused by a third party on the property unless there’s proof that the person in charge knew about possible harm and let it happen.  Opponents warn the bill will make it nearly impossible to hold property owners accountable for letting crime or danger fester.

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