Interstate fight breaks out over borders and water
February 27, 2008
Tennessee and Georgia are entering an actual legal dispute
over the location of their border, which has effectively changed over time as a river has adjusted course. But if they go back to the old border location, that changes who gets control of the water in the river. This sort of incident is no longer a surprise; who owns what access to raw water supplies is likely to become one of the most important property questions of the next few decades.
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last revised February 2008