Water wars redux 

The years change but the fight over the natural resource - and the cost to Georgians - stays the same

SHARE WITH NEIGHBORS Florida is once again accusing Georgia of slurping too much water from the Chattahoochee River before it reaches the Sunshine State

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SHARE WITH NEIGHBORS Florida is once again accusing Georgia of slurping too much water from the Chattahoochee River before it reaches the Sunshine State

I have been a lobbyist working on water issues at the Georgia General Assembly since the late 1980s, a period that coincides with the so-called tristate "Water Wars" between Georgia, Florida, and Alabama. During that time, the three states have bickered in…

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