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' . . . why are only the ones that say NO to alcohol being attacked... and booze will be sold to underaged kids, because they sell cigarettes to them and that's illegal too.' - WANDA KERNS
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By Wanda Kerns
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Great to see the Vote No ad on page 3 of the Community Voice. The cost of Excessive Alcohol Use totaling $249 billion.

Then on front page where Sharon Burton bought booze from a bootlegger and she proved her point.

Then on page 2 a vehicle lands in creek. One was charged with a DUI, wanton endangerment, leaving the scene of a accident.

One had a head injury and one was treated on the scene. Maybe this accident wouldn't have happened if it was legal in Columbia?

I bet they got drunk on the way from Lebanon and had they bought it here, it wouldn't have happened . . . OK so they survived, but what if your grandchildren and you had met them at that time.

Hopefully they would survived but then again maybe not.


WHY? And why are only the ones that say NO to alcohol being attacked... and booze will be sold to underaged kids, because they sell cigarettes to them and that's illegal too.

--Wanda Kerns


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