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Thanks to Rep. Barto for referendum

Thank you again for being the best source of news in Arizona. There has been scant mention of the three measures that will be on the 2010 ballot on or in any other venue. The Arizona Capitol Times is the best place to find out what is happening at the Legislature.

It is very good that the voters of Arizona will have the opportunity to vote for putting patients and their families in charge of health care decisions ahead of government and special interests (“GOP send 3 measures to 2010 ballot,” July 31 edition). We thank Rep. Nancy Barto and the Legislature for putting this referendum on the ballot.

Amanda Peters
Payson

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