WASHINGTON, D.C. - On Thursday, Feb. 13, Congressman James Comer (middle) met with Marquette Transportation President Damon Judd (left) and Crounse Corporation President and CEO Matt Ricketts (right) in his Washington, D.C office. The two McCracken County residents and business leaders were in Washington representing Waterways Council, Inc., an organization which advocates for a properly-funded and well-maintained system of inland waterways and ports.

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