So the White House says funding for dredging the Savannah River can't start until there is a change in an authorization bill concerning development of water resources.
And area lawmakers say that's not true, that moving the project from a proposal to an active list made the development authorization unnecessary.
And the governor says he wants the state to start work with state money even without federal money.
And the White House says the state can't even do that because of the lack of authorization.
And environmentalists see the standoff as a boon because anything that delays construction gives them hope that the project can be killed.
And the people say, "What? Can't ya'all do anything?"
And on top of all that there have been reports of problems with the project to deepen the Panama Canal, which has been one of the main justifications for wanting a deeper channel to the Port of Savannah.
What are we to think?
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