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Radio Roundtable: Mississippi Rejects the Controversial Personhood Amendmendment

Bard Cole
Behind the Headlines: Friday evenings at 6:30 on WKNO: TV's Channel 10

This week on the Behind the Headlines Radio Roundtable: the result of the run-off election for City Council between Lee Harris and Kimba Ford, missing ammunition at the Memphis Police Department, and the rejection of the controversial "Personhood" amendment to Mississippi's constitution.  


Host Eric Barnes, publisher of the Memphis Daily News, and panel discuss this week's most important news stories.  This week's panel includes Bill Dries of the Memphis Daily News, Lauren Lee of Fox 13 News, Amos Maki of the Commercial Appeal, and Jackson Baker of the Memphis Flyer.  

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