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DeSantis says Florida ports can help alleviate supply chain crisis: 'We have capacity'
Port of Savannah backlogged with dozens of ships
The national supply chain crisis hits a Georgia port. Fox News correspondent Jonathan Serrie with more.
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is touting his state's seaports as a solution to help ease America's ongoing supply chain crisis, offering them as an alternative to the overwhelmed ports in other parts of the country.
In a Tuesday press conference at the Port of Jacksonville, known as JAXPORT, DeSantis pointed to backlogs such as those currently happening in California, where the ports in Los Angeles and Long Beach both had a record number of ships waiting to unload the day before.