McGee Resigns from Miss. House to Resolve Ethics Case Over Printing Contracts

A five-year Mississippi House member (Kevin McGee) has resigned and agreed to pay a $10,000 fine to resolve an ethics case the state brought against him over public contracts that went to his family’s printing company—a fraction of the amount he originally was ordered to pay.

Republican Rep. Kevin McGee, 42, of Brandon, resigned Monday, effective immediately.

The state Ethics Commission ordered McGee in February to repay the state $346,554 from 258 public printing contracts that went to his family business, Service Printers of Flowood. McGee was president of the company, which was also owned by other family members.