Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant is cutting $56.8 million from the $5.8 billion state budget just two months into the new fiscal year.
Daily Journal Capitol Bureau chief Bobby Harrison (11:39) joins Derek and Brad on today’s episode to provide more details on the cuts. How significant is it that the governor has had to make cuts just two months into the year and what does that mean for the outlook for the rest of the year? How will this affect various agencies?
Also on today’s show, chief photographer Thomas Wells (18:15) talks about his photo essay on East Main Tire in Tupelo. M. Scott Morris (27:26) reviews “The Light Between Oceans,” and Derek (34:05) highlights this weekend’s entertainment scene.