Mississippi statues at US Capitol up for discussion

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant says he’d be willing to talk about possibly replacing the statues that represent the state in the U.S. Capitol in Washington.

Currently, Mississippi is represented by statues of Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Confederate politician J.Z. George.

Many would like to see other famous natives such as Elvis Presley, blues musician B.B. King or author William Faulkner representing the state at the Capitol.

WTOK
3/6/17