Twice last week, I sat in meetings and watched people shout at each other.

The meetings were held in different Hardin County towns, and involved different people. They were open public meetings, hosted by government officials. You’d think that would inspire decorum. You’d be wrong.

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jduhn

My question is: At what decibel should words be spoken to career politicians (or their representatives) before those words speak louder than money?

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