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The Breakroom gang joins guest host Adam Ragusea to weigh in on the week's news. The panel includes Democratic strategist Howard Franklin, Editorial Page Editor Charles Richardson of the Telegraph in Macon, Amy Condon of the Refinery Writing Studio, and writer Jessica Szilagyi of AllOnGeorgia.com.

The Breakroom gang joins guest host Adam Ragusea to weigh in on the week's news. The panel includes Atlanta-based LGBT educator and activist Robbie Medwed, Savannah Magazine editor Amy Condon, Georgia State University professor Hector Fernandez, and Macon Telegraph editorial page editor Charles Richardson.

Gordon’s Mayor Mary Ann Whipple Lue is still on the job after a tumultuous two years as the town’s first woman and African American mayor.  Also, a new law in Georgia is changing the way police appear before a grand jury.  Each week journalists Charles Richardon of The Telegraph and I talk about the hot topics on the minds of Middle Georgians. 

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It's a hot summer so far and I'm not just talking about the weather. In Middle Georgia there are two dramas that are heating up. Each week journalists Charles Richardson, editorial page editor for The Telegraph and GPB Macon's Leah Fleming talk about the topics on the minds of Middle Georgians. 

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Would you vote for Mickey Mouse for mayor or sheriff of your city?  Turns out some voters in Georgia did just that. What motivates a voter to do such a thing? People are people, says Charles Richardson, editorial page editor at The Telegraph of Macon. This is one of the two hot topics we talk about on Macon&Eggs this week. Listen to the conversation below.

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The Breakroom gang joins guest host Adam Ragusea to weigh in on the week's news.

Voter turnout was decent and many Republican voters asked for a Democratic ballot as election Tuesday went down in Middle Georgia this week. Journalists Charles Richardson of the Telegraph and GPB Macon's Leah Fleming are breaking down some key races this week on Macon&Eggs. 

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Elections were held in Georgia this week. 

Voter turnout would be the deciding factor is what the Telegraph's Charles Richardson said. Did that ring true? 

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The state Department of Education has begun the process of closing Macon Charter Academy. Since it opened last fall the school has been plagued with numerous problems. Is there any way you see this school staying open at this point or is it better to cut the losses and get the kids into a more stable environment?

Each week journalists Leah Fleming of GPB Macon and Charles Richardson, editorial page editor at The Telegraph talk about the issues on the minds of Middle Georgians.