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March 26, 2013 12:00 AM

Editorial: Put limits on use of state planes

IT SEEMS almost too obvious to say that it was a gross abuse of our tax dollars for an obscure legislator to send the state plane up to Washington to pick up a celebrity to testify in favor of his bill. Almost, but not entirely, since there are some who are so blinded by partisan and ideological fixations that they can’t see beyond the bill that was being debated to the behavior that accompanied it.

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