The Mississippi House is expected to send to Gov. Phil Bryant this week a controversial bill that would allow circuit clerks who object to same-sex marriage on religious grounds to delegate someone else to issue marriage certificates to gay couples. That bill would also allow businesses to decline services for same-sex weddings. Daily Journal Capitol Bureau Chief Bobby Harrison (5:54) joins Brad and Derek to discuss the bill and its potential impact. Also on today’s show, Daily Journal business editor Dennis Seid (15:49) has more details on the closing of Baldwyn-based Hancock Fabrics, and Brad (24:21) provides the wackiest crime reports of last week.
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