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LINDA MORE, San Clemente

Last Friday, I came home to find an unstamped, hand-delivered anti-Measure H flyer in my mail.

As a retired San Clemente teacher, I am well acquainted with Measure H, and I immediately saw that the flyer was filled with inaccuracies and highly misleading statements.

Therefore, I am writing to urge the citizens who also receive this material to not take its information and suppositions as fact, but to use reliable resources to form their opinions and make their decisions on this vital matter.

Also, I’d like to remind those persons delivering these flyers that they may be subject to a fine for depositing them in a mailbox without postage (U.S. Code, Title 18, section 1725).

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