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There is no council in Constitution

In a recent interview with the papers, my friend Ward Hauenstein admitted he suppresses personal liberties (i.e., abandons the U.S. Constitution) when an uninformed county health board tells him to.

We knew the Aspen City Council doesn’t care about personal liberty. How refreshing to hear it clearly stated.

Maurice Emmer



Aspen


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