JACKSON, MS (Mississippi News Now) -
State lawmakers accomplished their goal of luring a gun maker to Mississippi, but not everyone is happy to see them here.
Hinds County Supervisor Kenneth Stokes plans to protest the arrival of Talon Ordinance.
He says a peaceful picket will be held outside the governor's mansion Monday at noon.
"Blood money from guns is similar to blood money from dope dealers. They destroy lives and we don't need blood money in Mississippi. Yes, we need jobs, but not that badly that we are gone let them bring more guns and have more babies being killed," Hinds Supervisor Kenneth Stokes said.