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Michael Meyers: Praise of recent stories and the next episode of “As the Robe Turns”



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This week has been full of more drama. As we continue to move toward the upcoming election, let’s try to expound on some of the things we have covered. Howe...

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  1. I always find it interesting when a politician gets into a race because of family and then they get out because of family. And on another foot voters will vote not on past performance they will just vote,

  2. Others of Augusta need to stop doing the idiotic thing.. opting for the same people and expecting change. Anyone that votes for Myles needs a psyche exam. Any commissioner that refuses to audit the mayors office also needs one. Time for corruption to be rooted out. That’s why Augusta will never grow, not because of a stupid name change…

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