Jammie Duvall leaves her home in Columbus earlier this month. Duvall, a former cafeteria worker at West Central Georgia Hospital, said that after she reported that a warehouse worker was repeatedly making sexually explicit comments to her, a supervisor shrugged off the complaint. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM
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Podcast: #MeToo in state government;  how future Russell discussions may play out

AJC Washington correspondent Tamar Hallerman joined host Greg Bluestein to discuss how the Richard B. Russell renaming conversations may play out in the future, McCain’s legacy and what’s next for Georgia’s lawmakers in Washington.

Then, Bluestein and AJC investigative reporter Chris Joyner discuss a recent investigation, which revealed that Georgia’s government has little grip on the sexual harassment problem within its own ranks.

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