River Runs Through Georgia-Tennessee Fight

For nearly 200 years, Georgia and Tennessee have shared a border. But now Georgia legislators are poised to order a survey of the border they think will show that it should move a mile-and-a-half. What's on the land Georgia would gain? Access to the Tennessee River — at a time when water is especially precious in drought-stricken north Georgia.

John Sepulvado reports for member station WGPB.

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