CAMERON: Second that emotion

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I agree with what Steve Cameron wrote a few weeks ago to stop all the nonsense and he added “please” and I second his request. Nothing, and I repeat NOTHING can be settled by anger, name calling and cussing. We can’t have our way 100 percent of the time, but common sense bridges the gap and all we have to do is use it. So I’m asking us to be civil and to treat people like we’d like to be treated. Simple? YES!

MARY JANE HAHN

Post Falls

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