Rep. Joel Bomgar was one of the presenters during the big Opioid meeting this week. Bomgar argued that the new rules and regulations put forth by the Medical Licensure Board directing doctors to put additional restrictions on writing opioid prescriptions may have the opposite effect in solving the overdose epidemic in Mississippi.
MS State Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney stopped by the studio to discuss a wide range of topics, from changes being made at the Eudora Welty Library to how to safely fry a turkey! If you missed the conversation, you can hear the full discussion below –
Colonel Chris Gillard and Lt Colonel Randy Ginn stopped by the studio to discuss the Trooper School and the work that the Mississippi Highway Patrol does on a daily basis to keep Mississippians safe on the highway of the Magnolia State!
Brig. Gen. Clint Walker is the head of the Mississippi National Guard. He joined us on The Gallo Radio Show this morning to talk about next year’s deployment of more than 4,000 troops. Many of them have had 2-3 deployments before.
Senator Josh Harkins stopped by the studio to discuss the upcoming legislative session and the proposed changes to the airport board coming down the pipe for the Jackson airport. If you missed the conversation, you can find it here!
The work done by Eight Days of Hope is truly phenomenal, and if you missed it on Good Things with Rebecca Turner, they have recently announced a Nationwide expansion that will be headquartered in Tupelo! After opening a new building to help spread their ministry and to better facilitate the work they do helping restore … Continue reading “Eight Days of Hope on Good Things”
Diabetes is a disease that affects how the body produces or uses insulin, the peptide hormone responsible for breaking down sugar in the body, and November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. The human body is an amazingly resilient creation, and experts agree that many people that would be diagnosed with Diabetes often ignore or don’t … Continue reading “November is Diabetes Awareness Month”
Caller Michael joined the conversation to talk about his struggle to overcome addiction to opioids. He recounted how he was prescribed pain medication, following a car accident, that messed up his knee, and the hellish struggle he endured to overcome the addiction to opioids he developed during the treatment of his pain. He painted an … Continue reading “Caller – Michael Tells His Story of Overcoming Addiction”
Speaker Greg Snowden joined the conversation to discuss the wacky world of Magnolia State politics, from Former Governor Ronnie Musgrove’s failed lawsuit on education funding to proposed flag and tax referendums. If you missed the conversation, you can find it in full below!
Paul Abraham had a career in the music industry that spanned over four decades, and during that time, he worked as a road manager for Lynyrd Skynyrd. He joined JT to talk about his time with the legendary southern rock group, both before and after that fateful crash 40 years ago, and to give his … Continue reading “Music Industry Vet Paul Abraham on the JT Show”
There’s a dangerous new drug making the rounds. A synthetic fentanyl that is 100 times more powerful than morphine. MBN Director John Dowdy talked to us about the deadly effects this morning on the show.
Bill Moak, a Consumer Watchdog and Journalist, stopped by the studio to talk with JT about everything from spoofed spam calls and the Equifax hack to watching out for scams that will steal your invention idea out from under your nose. If you need to brush up on what to watch out for to keep … Continue reading “Consumer Awareness on the JT Show”