JACKSON COUNTY, MS (WLOX) - Another Singing River Health System retiree is filing a temporary restraining order against the company. The new plaintiff is Brenda Eiland. But this latest TRO request is being amended. Not only will it ask to stop the termination of the retirement plan, but it will also include language asking judge Neil Harris to order singing River Health System not to destroy any documents, shred any financial records, or dispose of any evidence that might be a part of this case.
Monday, Jackson County Supervisors voted to ask every member of the embattled Singing River Health System Trustee board to resign, effective immediately. Doug Walker will be talking to retirees at Tuesday's court hearing to get their reaction to that decision, as he follows this new development in the ongoing SRHS saga. Hear what they have to say later today on WLOX News and WLOX.com.