MEC LEGISLATIVE SCRAMBLER

MEC's Legislative Scrambler

Each year, MEC hosts multiple Legislative Scramblers, designed to bring MEC members and other guests together with their state legislators to discuss important topics affecting Mississippi.

Legislative Scramblers are held at the Mississippi Museum of Art, but are also available via audio and live video stream.

MEC's Legislative Scramblers are a great way to have a voice at the Capitol without ever leaving your desk.

2019 Legislative Scrambler Schedule & Sponsors

  • January 23rd – Jones Walker
  • February 6th – Mississippi Professional Educators
  • February 20th – Mississippi Road Builders’ Association
  • March 6th – Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA)
  • March 13th – Cornerstone Government Affairs

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Register Today for MEC's Legislative Scrambler on Transportation on February 20!

MEC will host our third Legislative Scrambler of the 2019 Mississippi Legislative Session on February 20 at the Mississippi Museum of Art. The event will feature Senate Highways and Transportation Chair Willie Simmons and House Transportation Chair Charles Busby as special guests.

The breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m.

You can attend in person, or dial in by calling 800-668-9550. Alternatively, you may watch the MEC Scrambler from your desk via live stream on the day of the event.

This Legislative Scrambler is sponsored by
Mississippi Road Builders' Association.

Fill out the form below to register today!

Education Scrambler Draws More Than 150 Participants

More than 150 leaders from across the state participated in MEC's second Legislative Scrambler of 2019 on February 6 at the Mississippi Museum of Art. The event featured Senate Education Chair Gray Tollison and House Education Vice-Chair Rob Roberson as special guests.

Click Here to Watch a Live Stream of the Event

This Legislative Scrambler was sponsored by
Mississippi Professional Educators.

More Than 200 Participate in First MEC Legislative Scrambler

More than 200 business leaders from across Mississippi participated in person or via live stream in MEC's first Legislative Scrambler of 2019 on Wednesday, January 23 at the Mississippi Museum of Art. The event featured Lt. Governor Tate Reeves and Speaker of the House Philip Gunn as special guests.

The first MEC Legislative Scrambler was sponsored by Jones Walker LLP.

Click Here to Watch a Stream of the Event

Legislative Scrambler 2019 Registration