Lt. Gov. Hosemann looks toward 2021 session

As Sine Die day for the Mississippi State Legislature was this past Saturday, lawmakers won’t have too terribly long to gear up for the 2021 legislative session, which is set to begin in January—even after this year’s elongated session. This morning on The Gallo Show, Lieutenant Governor Delbert Hosemann took a few minutes to reflect … Continue reading “Lt. Gov. Hosemann looks toward 2021 session”

Lt. Gov. Hosemann joins The Gallo Show

After a historical weekend at the capitol, in which the Mississippi Legislature voted to remove the state flag, lawmakers are now actively working to disburse the remaining CARES Act money and close out the 2020 session. Today, Lt. Governor Delbert Hosemann joined The Gallo Show to update listeners on how the tail end of the … Continue reading “Lt. Gov. Hosemann joins The Gallo Show”

Lt. Governor Hoseman opens up on the flag

Mississippi Lieutenant Governor Delbert Hosemann joined The Gallo Show to further talk about changing the flag after finally breaking his silence yesterday regarding the controversial banner. Not only does the first-term Lieutenant Governor explain why he chose not to send an initial flag-changing resolution to the Rules Committee, but he also provides his own personal opinion on … Continue reading “Lt. Governor Hoseman opens up on the flag”

Hosemann talks flag, CARES Act

Lieutenant Governor Delbert Hosemann will be sending the recently introduced flag resolution to committee today when the Mississippi Senate gavels in at 3:00 p.m. today. “Sometime today, I’ll assign [the resolution] to a committee as the first step in every legislative process begins with a committee structure,” Hosemann said on this morning’s episode of The … Continue reading “Hosemann talks flag, CARES Act”

Hosemann is “frustrated” with Reeves

Last Wednesday, the Mississippi Legislature passed a bill that will provide $300 million to the state’s small businesses. A week later, one would think some of that money would have been disbursed by now, but it hasn’t. The problem? Governor Tate Reeves has not yet signed off on the bill. “I guess the most socially … Continue reading “Hosemann is “frustrated” with Reeves”

Hosemann: healthcare, small businesses, and education are legislature’s priorities

With $300 million of the $1.25 billion granted to the state of Mississippi under the CARES Act already set aside for small businesses, Lieutenant Governor Delbert Hosemann and the rest of the Mississippi Legislature are working towards appropriating the remaining $950 million. On Monday, Hosemann told Dave Hughes of The JT Show that the legislature’s … Continue reading “Hosemann: healthcare, small businesses, and education are legislature’s priorities”

Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann on COVID-19

Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann joined the conversation by phone to give an update on the COVID-19 outbreak and to again ask Mississippians to take part in his bell-ringing project every night at 6 PM to honor the health care workers and first responders on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19. If you missed … Continue reading “Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann on COVID-19”

Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann on COVID-19

Lt. Gov. Hosemann joins the discussion to break down the Shelter-in-Place order going into effect tomorrow, Friday, April 3rd, 2020 at 5PM. If you missed his conversation with Dave Hughes and Gerard Gibert(sitting in for JT today), you can find it here – Lt. Governor Delbert Hosemann on COVID-19 Lt. Gov. Hosemann joins the discussion … Continue reading “Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann on COVID-19”

TODAY is the LAST DAY to Register to Vote

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann joined the conversation by phone to discuss the importance of getting registered to vote, because the deadline is TODAY(Monday, July 8th, 2019), and if you don’t register to vote, you can’t take part in the upcoming elections. If you missed his conversation with JT, you can find it here –

Special Needs Kids Getting Help from the Hosemanns

Delbert Hosemann(Secretary of State) and his wife Lynn on Autism Speaks – the world’s leading autism advocacy and research organization – which recognized Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann at the annual Autism Law Summit today for his efforts to increase autism awareness and insurance coverage for autism in Mississippi. If you missed their conversation, you … Continue reading “Special Needs Kids Getting Help from the Hosemanns”