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Measure D is controversial.

Measure D is controversial. “D” has the same two goals as the Fifth Amendment, last line in the U.S. Constitution: “Nor shall private property be taken for public use without just compensation.” Essentially being duplicate, it will not be found illegal in this respect. There were some good constitutional lawyers in its drafting. Vote for D and save the county some money and your property.

Herman W. Bansemer

Grass Valley




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