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Protect your rights

If you are uncertain about how to vote on Initiatives 591 and 594, consider the following questions:

Would you want your freedoms of religion, speech, press, assembly and petition infringed? Would you want your right to remain silent, trial by jury and due process of law infringed? Would you want your right to legal representation infringed?

Do you want your protection from unreasonable search and seizure infringed? Would you want the police to search your house with a search warrant? Do you want your right to keep and bear arms infringed? Do you want your right to self-defense infringed?

The infringement of one of your rights or freedoms establishes the precedent of the infringement of all of your rights and freedoms. Protect all of your rights. Vote no on 594 and yes on 591.

Christian Perreiah



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