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More than 100 people have overdosed on a supplement or herbal drug called Kratom. It’s from a tree that grows in tropical Asia and Dr. Scott Hambleton, from the Mississippi Physician Health Program, told Paul Gallo that it is an addictive substance that affects the brain “just like heroin”.
Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves joined The Gallo Radio Show and talked about a shortened session, the lottery and gas taxes. Reeves says if we could set priorities for the government, we could fund what we need with the money that’s already coming in. Take a listen.
Former State Legislator and Democrat PAC head, Brandon Jones, joined The Gallo Radio Show on Tuesday. Jones was asked about an overview on legislation passed during the just completed 2019 Legislative Session. His view of the Heartbeat Bill lead to an active discussion.
The 2019 legislative session has wrapped, and we’re talking to Speaker of the House Philip Gunn to get the inside story on funding for special needs kids and the fireworks on making it happen. Catch it on Gallo! Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on Monday, April 1, 2019
Dr. Andrea Mayfield talks with Gallo about how Mississippi’s community colleges are helping folks get better jobs and better lives. Dr. Andrea Mayfield joins the Gallo Show to talk about the state community college board, economic development and building the state’s workforce. Get in here! Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on Friday, March 29, 2019
Is it time to rein in the power of the federal government? Gerard Gibert joins the Gallo Show to discuss.
Yesterday, Mississippi became the 15th state to join the Convention of States. We’re taking with Gerard Gibert on that, as well as a lottery update. Join us! Posted by SuperTalk Mississippi on Thursday, March 28, 2019
Herb Frierson, the state Revenue Commissioner, sat down with Paul Gallo on Tuesday to talk taxes and refunds, but they also talked about alcohol sales in the state. The Department of Revenue controls which wine and alcohols are sold in the state, and who can buy it. Burnett’s Vodka is the most popular vodka in … Continue reading “The top booze in Mississippi”
Industrial hemp is no longer considered a “controlled substance” under the Farm Bill signed into law in December. That means farmers across the country can “produce a high-value cash crop while retaining federal farm program benefits that were previously not allowed.” There has long been confusion between hemp and its sister marijuana. They’re both varieties … Continue reading “Mythbusting: Hemp won’t get you high”
Mike Chaney, Insurance Commissioner for Mississippi, joined The Gallo Radio Show Monday to talk about a rate reduction for drivers in Mississippi when it comes to a particular insurance company.
Years ago, I gave Cecil Brown a nickname when he was House Chairman of Education. Today, the retiring Public Service Commissioner shared his thoughts on the nickname and how it spread throughout the legislature.