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Guest Editorial: Middlesex tramples resident’s right to speak freely

Posted on May 15, 2017

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An important principle for a democracy was broken last Monday night in Middlesex. A citizen speaker recognized during the public comment portion of the town board meeting was prevented from finishing her remarks and escorted by police out of a …

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