Remember Demockery Unlimited was asking for money to defend Measure T and generously directed you to Pacific Legal Foundation's page?
Well they've fixed it - now their link goes to another little "group" - so-o-o-o let's start looking at who is who in this little game....
First - here's the new link: (and you gotta LOVE all these feel good euphemistic Orwellian group names! There oughtta be a contest for the one that's so completely the opposite of what it claims to be... but I digress...) Network for Good.ORG!!!!
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I think it is time I did a little digging. You oughtta SEE the google results!
You're gonna be surprised how many requests for money they have out there.
Two questions - what is defending Measure T costing the County? $50,000? More? Less?
And, just how much has David Cobb/Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap/DUHC/Humboldt Coalition for Community Rights donated to the County to date?