Is Georgia's bid to tap the Tennessee River a bluff?
Or is it a ticking bomb that could cost Tennessee parts of Chattanooga, East Ridge, St. Elmo and Lookout Mountain?
The answer may be clearer soon.
The clock is winding down for Tennessee to accept what a Georgia
legislator described as a "gift": 66.5 square miles Georgia says it lost
almost 200 years ago when a surveyor misdrew the state line south of
where it belongs.