Apparently, some businesses in Mississippi are refusing to accept cash for whatever reason, whether it be the coin shortage or an internal issue. Mississippi Senator Chad McMahan recently went viral on Facebook with his post informing business owners refusing to take cash, or legal tender, are “breaking the law.” To hear more from McMahan on … Continue reading “Sen. McMahan: businesses refusing cash are “breaking the law””
Mississippi Senator Sally Doty of District 39 joined The Gallo Show on Friday in one of her final interviews as a legislator. Doty, who has been elected to serve the people of Mississippi for three terms, will now be the head of the Mississippi Public Utilities Staff after being appointed by Governor Tate Reeves earlier this week. … Continue reading “Sen. Sally Doty discusses executive appointment”
This morning, Senator Nicole Akins Boyd (District 9) called in to The Gallo Show to talk about Oxford Mayor Robyn Tannehill’s appointment to the Flag Design Commission, the education bills that got vetoed by Governor Tate Reeves, and more.
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”
Yesterday afternoon, a handful of Mississippi senators introduced a resolution that seeks to suspend the rules for consideration and ultimately revive Senate Bill 2446 to change the state flag. One of those senators, John Horhn, desperately wants a removal of the current state flag, however, he does not believe his peers in the Mississippi Legislature … Continue reading “Sen. Horhn: fellow legislators won’t join in removing the flag”
Senator Briggs Hopson(MS Senate Dist 23) joined the discussion to explain the amendments he made to HB1083 in the Mississippi Senate. If you missed the conversation, you can find it here –
Senator Dean Kirby has put together a proposal that he hopes will give Mississippians more control over the taxes needed to fix the Magnolia State’s roads and bridges, and he jumped on the air with JT today to discuss how he developed this idea, with some inspiration from the state of Georgia. You can catch … Continue reading “Senator Dean Kirby on the JT Show”