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Free Range Longmont | Becoming a citizen


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“I was able to work, collect a paycheck, pay taxes, help sustain the economy, and pretty much anything else most U.S. Citizens can do except vote and serve on a jury (well not that serving on a jury is a passion). It was always in the back of my mind and on the tip of my tongue what I would do and what I would say about the Political state in this country. Without a registered vote I really didn’t have a stake in it.”

Read the entire piece at Free Range Longmont: Becoming a citizen.

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