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September 22, 2013 12:00 AM

OEDEL: Accumulative disadvantage

Congratulations to Macon-Bibb’s newly elected leaders, although five positions won’t be decided until the runoff on Oct. 15, they’ll have plenty to do just getting the new government operational. A harder challenge, though, will be to imagine what local government might do about endemic poverty that repeats generationally.

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