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Just call it common sense

Chris Fitzsimon challenges the notion that our state legislature has become “left-wing”. In his commentary, “The imaginary shift to the left“, he points out that many of the bills that have been put forth in recent weeks are simply common sense measures rather than ideological statements.

Progressive Voices commentator, Elaine Mejia makes a common sense observation about incentives in her column “Taking the “low road” when it comes to economic development“. Does it really make sense to for tax payers to underwrite the growth of large profitable corporations when small businesses are left to fend for themselves? Read Elaine’s column to find out.

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