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To the editor:
As a former Lincoln resident, I read with interest
your Jan. 25
"44th District weekly update." I certainly hope that this was
only read by former Lincolnites and not by those who may read this
as news and not as a very biased opinion. I am certain that Sen.
Bradley* had very different opinions back when Illinois had
Republican governors, even though the state was in much worse shape
than it is in currently.
I would suggest that either this column be written by a neutral
person or include a response by the "loyal opposition" of the
elected senator from Lincoln's districts.
[to top of second column in this letter]
The people in Lincoln are very intelligent; therefore, Lincoln's
citizens need to hear both sides of the story. Then, and only then,
will they have the opportunity to make informed decisions.
Spring Hill, Fla.
(*Senator's name spelled as received)
(Posted Jan. 28, 2006)
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