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Reader Poll: Should local government pass resolutions on national issues? 78% say No

In a poll on GazetteNET from July 12-15, 343 readers answered the question whether local municipal governments should spend time crafting and passing resolutions on national issues. Here how they responded:

No: 78%, 267 votes

Yes: 15%, 51 votes

It depends on the issue: 5%, 16 votes

I don't care: 3%, 9 votes

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