Not everyone is buying what I-732 is selling. And the disagreement is real and contentious. In a lengthy prologue to Sightline’s analysis, authors Kristin Eberhard and Alan Durning acknowledged, “The divisions — over both policy and political strategy — are agonizing and strongly felt.”
Not everyone is buying what I-732 is selling. And the disagreement is real and contentious. In a lengthy prologue to Sightline’s analysis, authors Kristin Eberhard and Alan Durning acknowledged, “The divisions — over both policy and political strategy — are agonizing and strongly felt.” Steve Nagy Belleville News-Democrat
Not everyone is buying what I-732 is selling. And the disagreement is real and contentious. In a lengthy prologue to Sightline’s analysis, authors Kristin Eberhard and Alan Durning acknowledged, “The divisions — over both policy and political strategy — are agonizing and strongly felt.” Steve Nagy Belleville News-Democrat

Matt Driscoll

August 13, 2016 12:00 PM

Matt Driscoll: Does I-732 go far enough? Progressives can’t seem to agree.

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