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Cost of deepening Savannah Port estimated at $625 million

Special to SEGAZINE

Rep. Jack Kingston has planned a news conference for today at the Georgia Ports Authority headquarters with Rep. Bill Shuster of Pennsylvania.
Source: WMAZ-TV

State lawmakers look at bill on medical malpractice reform
The Medical Association of Georgia and State Bar of Georgia are against the plan to overhaul the medical malpractice system.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Kent Hoover: Government shutdown — how bad would that be?
“How much economic damage would a government shutdown cause? That’s an increasingly less hypothetical question given the slow pace at which the Senate is considering a bill to fund the government beyond Monday, when current funding expires.”
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Sens. Isakson, Chambliss decline to back ‘defund Obamacare’ filibuster
U.S. Sens. Johnny Isakson and Saxby Chambliss said Tuesday that they will support procedural votes on a House-passed stopgap spending bill that denies funding to the ACA, starting with one scheduled Wednesday.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution (subscription)

Political Insider: Artur Davis on Georgia’s U.S. Senate race, and Michelle Nunn
“On Tuesday, former Alabama congressman (and former Democrat) Artur Davis was on the Washington Post’s “In Play” program that goes out daily on the Internet. The topic was the U.S. Senate race in Georgia.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Kyle Wingfield: A ‘shutdown’ in which most federal employees would still go to work
“Chicken Little, call your office. Once again, Washington is agog about a possible government shutdown, and once again we are hearing dire forecasts of what will happen if that comes to pass. These forecasts are similar to what we heard about sequestration, the automatic budget cuts that took effect earlier this year and promptly did not create a gaping abyss that swallowed our nation whole.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Video: Battleground Georgia: Who has the edge?
A look at the battle for the Senate in Georgia as Sen. Saxby Chambliss is retiring and a number of people are vying for the seat.
Source: Washington Post

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