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October 15, 2007


Is it common place to have focus groups in order to come up with the best ballot title available?

Party line vote and protected by an AG in the same party? Hmmm...

Oh and what is with this "pave it over brigade?" If ad up the land mass for every eligible M37 property in the state it would ad up to what? 2% of Oregon land mass?

So isn't the whole canard that the M37 crowd wants to "pave over" Oregon more than a bit decieving?

Pot meet kettle.

yip yip

Come on Brian, if you really think this is a neutral ballot title, read the Willamette Week criticism of the M49 ballot measure title process. Kinda hard to lump Willamette Week in with the anti-49 camp.

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