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Tune in here for this Friday edition of Breaking with Brett Jensen.

Brett starts the program by interviewing Tony Macia from The Charlotte Ledger after his article about Norfolk Southern possibly allowing Charlotte to lease their rail lines after years of denying them. Tony explains what has changed + just how much putting a commuter train (to be called the “Red Line”) from Charlotte to Mooresville could end up reliving traffic on the crowded roads.

Brett then shares some audio from the debate in Waxhaw that he moderated earlier this week.

In the second half of the show Brett shares his joint interview from earlier this week when he, Bo Thompson and Beth Troutman talked to former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker about the situation in Israel.

We close out the show by hearing from Carolina Panthers new play-caller Thomas Brown as the team goes into the bye week with a record of 0-6.