Wednesday on "Closer Look with Rose Scott and Jim Burress":
- 0:00: Rose Scott and Jim Burress give a news brief on the state’s fuel supply and pricing as a result of the Colonial Pipeline explosion;
- 1:57: Dr. Hashim Gibrill, political science professor at Clark Atlanta University, talks about how the 2016 presidential election is viewed by other countries and why the U.S. system of the popular vote versus the electoral college vote is unclear to foreign watchers;
- 21:19: Reporter Johnny Kauffman gives an update on Governor Nathan Deal’s plans for Georgia to cope if there is a decreased gas supply following the Colonial Pipeline explosion;
- 35:10: Georgia State University economics professor Tom Mroz talks about a recent study which he helped to author which says the 2012 guidelines for federal school lunches are improving the nutrition of children in school.