The deepening of the Georgia ports is one of the few issues in this state that has the support of the state’s top elected officials regardless of party affiliation.
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“The port provides more than 297,000 jobs directly to the state of Georgia.”
U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson in an April 5, 2013, interview