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Constituents sound off during forum

Ice Cream & Issues attracts political perspectives

8:25 PM, Sep. 7, 2013
At 'Ice Cream & Issues' at Citizen Park on Thursday, state Sen. Joe Leibham, right, said citizen input will help decide his vote on the 70 mph freeway speed limit bill proposed by freshman state Rep. Paul Tittl, to his left.
At 'Ice Cream & Issues' at Citizen Park on Thursday, state Sen. Joe Leibham, right, said citizen input will help decide his vote on the 70 mph freeway speed limit bill proposed by freshman state Rep. Paul Tittl, to his left.
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With scoops available of mint chocolate chip, vanilla, chocolate and rainbow sherbert, state Sen. Joe Leibham and state Rep. Paul Tittl lived up to their half of the "Ice Cream & Issues" forum on Thursday evening at Citizen Park.

About 20 citizens completed the equation by sounding off on topics ranging from cellphone usage while driving, health insurance, Common Core education standards, Indian gaming compacts, Voter I.D., veterans benefits and more.

"I am not in favor of raising the speed limit up to 70 miles per hour ... Paul, I need to know why you're in favor of it," Joy Dueno said in ...

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