Georgia Tennessee Boundary again
Here comes the latest from Georgia. http://www.legis.ga.gov/Legislation/en-US/display/20192020/HR/51 I am sure those folks that live in Marion County don't want to be put in Dade. Higher property taxes, state income taxes.
I agree with Steve. Just because a University of Georgia math teacher can't do the arithmetic doesn't mean they're going to move the State Line after 200 years.
This is a fun read.
Here is a good 1902 Georgia Bar article on the boundary.
Here is a GA Law review article that is pretty good.
This is fun reading.