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Herald and News editorial 2/15/09

KBC NOTE: We despise the condescending and rude comments of the H&N editors toward Senator Whitsett and the 1850 people who dared to sign opposition to the KBRA, including Karuk tribal members, on and off Project citizens, and Siskiyou County. Nearly 98% of those who voted November 2008 supported Senator Whitsett's re-election as their Oregon State Senator in the five county District 28. He represents the PEOPLE of the Klamath Basin. The H&N apparently represents the selected 26 people welcomed at the closed-door meetings crafting an agreement while preventing the constituencies to know what rights are being bartered. HERE are articles and Newsletters by Senator Whitsett on why he and most of his constituents oppose SB76. Senator Doug Whitsett testimony of Senate Bill 76, 


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