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March 17, 2011

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Myron Smith

Great article!

Jake Fido

Bill, Bill, Bill, did the state really need to pay you and your company to find ways to decrease revenue and increase unemployment. I think you are just trying to teach us a lesson, killing fish for fun (and not counting them) is much more important than an accountably regulated, sustainably harvested resource available to ALL CITIZENS. I can hear the new Raleigh mantra now, "ALL FOR THE FEW, MINE, MINE, MINE".

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