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Monday, April 05, 2004


Citizens around the state are pitching in to save this non-essential service. I'm happy to see someone in local government pointing out the obvious:

"With all the anti-tax stuff going on," Bakers says, "it's time people become aware that you get what you pay for, and if you don't want to pay for much you're not going to get much."

It's great to see this kind of support, but it may also encourage Pawlenty and Awada to continue cutting Local Government Aid, so we still lose in the long run. It's clear that people need (and love) public libraries. What is the point of organized government if we can't provide this basic service to the people? Why do we keep electing public officials who want to demolish our government?

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