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Letter - From the June 10, 2013 issue by Dan Watts

I have read many comments that claim HCN has a liberal bias. "Right-wing Migration" supports that viewpoint because you chose to highlight a place impacted by conservative migration and examined it like it was a negative impact (HCN, 5/13/13). Could HCN also publish a feature article about a place impacted by liberal migration, with a similar takeover of local government? Also, I don't read HCN for articles solely focused on political issues. I read HCN to learn about how land use and conservation is impacted by political decisions, not about how a bunch of California conservatives took over county government in Idaho.

Dan Watts
Indianapolis, Indiana

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