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A Voice at Risk

by Bob Brown

What would you do if our Orange County's quality of life were threatened? What if our homeland security were jeopardized by the elimination of real-time news and emergency information? What if there was a reduction in educational tools for Orange County's K-12 students and less teacher training? What if there was no access to timely information about local business, government, arts and nonprofit causes? What if we no longer could see the faces of local officials and hear them discuss issues? What if Orange County's very identity and its distinction as a place different from Los Angeles were damaged?

Tragically, all of that is at stake...

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