Should the state mandate it?

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Absolutely not. State mandates do not educate the public and will not produce a positive vote on a consolidation referendum. The state has already created the legislation that will allow towns to consolidate. Any further state action should provide education rather than coercion and punishment for communities that do not have a full understanding of the issue. This restructuring of the state can only work with the knowledge and support of the majority of the voters.


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