Tyrone Brooks, a veteran civil rights activist, stands behind the tombstone of Mae Murray Dorsey who was killed in a 1946 lynching by a white mob in Monroe, Ga., Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018.
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Tyrone Brooks, a veteran civil rights activist, stands behind the tombstone of Mae Murray Dorsey who was killed in a 1946 lynching by a white mob in Monroe, Ga., Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018.

On this edition of Political Rewind, was former Gov. Eugene Talmadge complicit in the unsolved lynchings in 1946? We’ll soon know more now that a federal judge has ordered the opening of grand jury proceedings of the case.

House Speaker David Ralston warns his fellow Republicans that they risk further losses in metro Atlanta suburbs if they steer a path too far to the right.

Members of Georgia’s GOP congressional delegation say they’re wary of the border security deal that falls far short of the money President Trump wants for his wall.

 

Panelists: 

Greg Bluestein -- Lead Political Reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Sam Olens -- Former State Attorney General

Audrey Haynes -- Political Science Professor, The University of Georgia

Michael Thurmond -- Dekalb County CEO