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Laura Hurt: The vote is about legal or illegal sales

The vote is not for or against alcoholic beverages, writer says. Argues that Dry letter proves ' . . . that alcohol is already here, just gotten from far away or in this county illegally.' she says.
A response to: Article 81717: Wanda Kerns comments on WetDry

By Laura Hurt
Personal commentary

"Then on page 2 a vehicle lands in creek. One was charged with a DUI,"

Thanks for proving, once again, that alcohol is already here, just gotten from far away or in this county illegally.

A vote Yes is not a vote for alcohol, it is a vote for legal alcohol. Voting No is a vote to continue the illegal sales of alcohol.

Don't want your children to have access to alcohol? Vote Yes, because a store won't be allowed to sell it to them. The bootlegger really doesn't care.

- Laura Hurt

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