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Let me see if I've got this right: If a councilmember commits a serious infraction against the voters worthy of a recall effort by the voters, the council wants the voters to pay the costs of showing themselves to be wrong?...what happens when the councilmember is found guilty? He's risked nothing other than his position? I'm no lawyer but isn't this just another one of those voter-guaranteed "free ride" perks that legislators love to approve for themselves?
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