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By Mike Klein MIKE KLEINEditor, Georgia Public Policy Foundation America’s infrastructure is not entirely healthy – we knew that – and the federal government is not paying enough attention.  That was one underlying message articulated this week when Georgia sold out its sixth annual Logistics Summit in Atlanta.  As the state told its impressive logistics story, high profile speakers expressed levels of frustration with Washington. “On a national scale U.S. ports construction has fallen behind, no debate about it whatsoever,” said Curtis Foltz, executive director at the Georgia Ports Authority.  “I speak at different federal levels in Washington, DC, talk about it all the time.  There needs to be a better focus, there needs to be a better commitment to… View Article

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