The opioid epidemic in Mississippi isn’t just on the streets, it’s in our homes and our neighborhoods. Callers into The Gallo Show shared their stories of dealing with opioids and how it’s affected their lives.
Governor Phil Bryant joined us today on The Gallo Show to talk about the Ocean Task Force. It’s a group of business, academic, military and government interests to research and develop underwater drones. Those drones would map and monitor the ocean and it could mean more jobs right here in Mississippi along the Gulf Coast. … Continue reading “Navy’s underwater drones could be built on Mississippi’s Gulf Coast”
Donald Trump’s press secretary Sean Spicer had a little gaffe recently that made him the key focus of criticism in main-stream news cycles. Gallo has some advice… Dont. Mention. Hitler.
Senator Roger Wicker was kind enough to stop by the palatial SuperTalk Studios to discuss taxes, the deregulation of the EPA and other programs/agencies, President Trump’s appointees and more in the first segment.. In the second segment, Senator Wicker and Gallo touched on the repeal and replace of “Obamacare,” President Trump’s meeting with China, Syria and … Continue reading “Senator Roger Wicker joins Gallo in-studio”
There’s been a lot of talk about whether there will or won’t be a lottery in Mississippi. Earlier this week, Governor Phil Bryant hinted it might be part of the special session called this year. And then there is the question of whether or not the House Speaker, Philip Gunn would support the legislation. Speaker … Continue reading “Speaker Gunn talks pros and cons of a state lottery”
Tuesday brought the “Legislators Roundtable” and Wednesday brings the “Appropriations Roundtable” with Chairman Bucke Clark from the Senate and Chairman John Read from the House sit down for a lengthy discussion on where your money goes and how that is decided.
Speaker Phillip Gunn, and Representatives Trey Lamar and Jason White joined Gallo in-studio for what he calls a “Legislators Roundtable.” They answer questions about the internet tax not actually being a tax, and what is actually going to be done about infrastructure in Mississippi.