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Do you think the government - meaning taxpayers - should help people stay in their homes?
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936 Votes

Do you think the government - meaning taxpayers - should help people stay in their homes?

Yes!

5

No!

6

Yes!

5 Comments
LESLIE Wayt
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LESLIE Wayt

The government should pay, NOT THE TAXPAYERS, they spend lots of money helping other countries, now it's time to help the U.S. citizens. And not use our taxes or charge us for it.

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Jim Smith
Jim Smith

Government has no money, ever, it is always tax payers money, unless they print money which creates inflation which always hurts the poorest people. Free stuff for the people sounds nice, but socialism has not worked anywhere in 100 years. It creates more takers than contributors.

Justin Gottlieb
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Justin Gottlieb

Possible solutions include the Gov't pays, decrease real property values, reform HR, wages, redo Rental Agreements or We CAN... The definition of a truly Great Generation is the ability and willingness to change established rules and regulations in consideration of people over profit.

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k san
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k san

If some people don't get help, they will just end up homeless, and it will cost taxpayers one way or the other to fix the problems.

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Mary Kay Boldajipour
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Mary Kay Boldajipour

It is our responsibility to provide housing for all not just some.

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No!

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Sussie Due
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Sussie Due

We don't live in a socialist country. If people start relying on hand outs (unless they have a reason to like being disabled or being elderly) they will never get anyplace.

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Kenneth Emmrich
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Kenneth Emmrich

No. I am sorry but Socialism has never worked. If someone is unable to live in a certain area they need to move. Taxpayers should not have to subsidize someone's rent so they can enjoy a certain lifestyle in an unaffordable area.

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

The taxpayers pays for so much already

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Do you think this project will help revitalize Madras?
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163 Votes

Do you think this project will help revitalize Madras?

Yes

0

No

0

Yes

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No

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Do you agree with Mt.View High School's response to the break in and vandalism?
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1,234 Votes

Do you agree with Mt.View High School's response to the break in and vandalism?

Yes

4

No

6

Yes

4 Comments
Eric Chandler
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Eric Chandler

Only if they knew who did it!

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Eric Chandler
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Eric Chandler

Only if they knew who did it!

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Wesley Zeller
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Wesley Zeller

play stupid games win stupid prizes

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Kathy Lininger
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Kathy Lininger

Students should behave with more maturity, have respect for other's property, at 17 or 18, they should know RIGHT from WRONG. I feel sorry for the other students' loss of celebration for their accomplishments because of the few individual's lack of common sense and respect...

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Latterdaysaint
Latterdaysaint

The whole graduating class shouldn't be punished!

No

6 Comments
Collin Stoll
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Collin Stoll

The punishment of cancelling the events for the rest of the school was punitive and Orwellien. This collective punishment is reminiscent of the PRC or the CCP not the USA. Shame!

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Matthew Hardman
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Matthew Hardman

Should of not punished all students, 20 kids should pay for the senior BBQ and not be allowed to show. I do agree with lowering the charge from a felony.

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Joel Hoffman
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Joel Hoffman

These kids couldn't celebrate 8th grade promotion because of Covid, now they missed out on another normal tradition like the assembly to recognize the hard work of a majority of students. Bend Lapine prides itself of equity of all students yet the life skills kids didn't get that equity.

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SirScoots
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SirScoots

not harsh enough. They wont learn from this weak charge

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

Those responsible should be punished not everyone

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