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Letters received in past week: 256

Letters published: 101

What's on readers' minds: The November general election was overwhelmingly the most popular topic in the past week's Mailbag. We received 116 election-related letters as of midmorning Friday, with 29 of them focusing on Measure 23, the Health Care for All Oregon Initiative (13 letters supported the measure, and 16 opposed it). We also received 12 letters on the governor's race; nine on the U.S. Senate race, and seven each on the 4th District congressional contest, Measure 20-67, the proposal to use city of Eugene property taxes to support programs in the Eugene and Bethel school districts, and state Ballot Measure 27, which would require that all genetically engineered foods sold in or distributed from Oregon be labeled. Six readers also weighed in on state ballot measures 21 and 22, which would change the way Oregonians elect judges.

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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
Article Type:Letter to the Editor
Date:Nov 2, 2002
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