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Local Voices
Letter: Blaser, rethink union comments
My wife and I had little objection to most of Randy Blaser’s occasionally funny opinion column, “Hello, I Must Be Going” (May 8). But Let me remind Randy that it’s easy to attract companies and jobs to other states when you don’t care about the toxins poured into the water, air and food supplies.
May 23 1:39 p.m. |