Well, sure it is, for him and his friends: "The reason I say the system is working is because it's a first-come first-serve basis," he tells the Hattiesburg American, of the process by which he's hired law firms that have generously donated to his campaign for lucrative contingency-fee work. Perhaps another way of saying "first-come first-serve basis" is "come and get it".
Miss. AG Hood on outside contracts: "the system is working"
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