Imagine you owned a widget factory. Making widgets has gotten more expensive, but you are unable to raise prices for the vast majority of your customers and lose money selling to them. Yet, the law requires you to sell a widget to anyone who wants one.
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Gov. Kemp: Manufacturer to bring 150 jobs, $123 million plant to south Georgia
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Gov. Brian Kemp helps to cut ribbon on PCOM South Georgia in Moultrie
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