Isakson, other leaders urge global teamwork
by Bobby Tedder
03:32 PM, Tuesday, September 30
U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson, R-Marietta, said the state’s economic and job creation ambitions are correlated to its level of global engagement. Isakon’s remarks came Monday during the America’s Global Leadership: Impact on Georgia panel/luncheon at t...

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