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Letter: Freedom of speech for some is silenced

The Black Lives Matter movement and all other groups are able to exercise their rights, including their freedom of speech. I am very disappointed that Garrett Wiggins, other members of our community and every citizen of our beloved nation are criticized and somewhat silenced by exercising their freedom of speech. I thought we all, as United States citizens, recognized and upheld the Constitution of our diverse country.

Christi Janco
Stagecoach 


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