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.
State Senator Angela Hill joined The Gallo Radio Show on SuperTalk Mississippi. She talked about Jay Hughes calling for the resignation of Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann while he runs for Lieutenant Governor – something Hughes is also campaigning for. Hill then shared how Hughes is campaigning, using his state letterhead which could be an … Continue reading “State Senator questions Jay Hughes’ campaign ethics”
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann announced he was running for Lieutenant Governor Wednesday morning on The Gallo Radio Show. When asked why people should vote for him, here’s what he had to say: Watch the entire announcement here from our Facebook page: Or listen On Demand
Friday morning on The Gallo Radio Show was a big one as Lt. Governor Tate Reeves announced he will run for Governor this year. Reeves also responded to the issue with Senate President Pro Tem and the third DUI arrest. Also today – Dick Hall drops a bombshell that he will not be running for another … Continue reading “Breaking Election News on The Gallo Radio Show”
Photos and videos are a big part of the experience on Facebook. And the tech giant said earlier today that a “bug” in September may have exposed people’s photos to third-party apps. Apps they hadn’t given permission to. The time period in question was from September 13 to September 25 of this year. “When someone … Continue reading “Facebook “bug” affects 6.8 million users”
There’s a line in “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” that says: “he sees when you are sleeping, he knows when you’re awake”. Turns out – Santa’s not the only one tracking your every move. The apps on your phone are keeping tabs on you, even while you sleep. And that information is available to … Continue reading “Your apps are tracking your every move, and you may not even know it”
Conner Reeves and Jamie Grantham from Medical Marijuana 2020 stopped by The Gallo Radio Show to talk about the proposed ballot initiative for Mississippi. Similar bills have died in front of the Mississippi Legislature, and this group decided to “go around” lawmakers, taking the question right to the voters of Mississippi. Read more about the … Continue reading “What would “Medical Marijuana” mean in Mississippi?”
US Senate Candidate David Baria (D), running against US Senator Roger Wicker, joined the GalloShow InDaHouse. Here’s a clip from that interview.
Our first visit with a member of the new Lottery Board. Gerard Gibert joined the GalloShow this morning to talk about when the first lottery games can be played in Mississippi and what the initial games will look like.