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Private animosity not a public issue

The Union was correct in informing the voting public of the disruption of the Republican Central Committee meeting by two parties.

May I suggest that when the confrontation continued outside because of a personal feud, the comments made in anger by both parties were of a personal nature and need not have been reported.



This is a small-town newspaper in a close community, and such disparaging remarks made out of private animosity need not be aired in this public forum.

Marianne Cole




Grass Valley


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