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A sad state of affairs

We shouldn’t have to bribe people to do what’s right.

(Editor’s note: This letter is in response to a story published online on Sept. 7, titled: “State workers get incentive to comply with vaccine mandate.” It appears in Sept. 15 print edition.)

It is a sad state of affairs when we have to bribe people to do what’s right and that they should have already done. For most people, the loss of their job for failure to comply would be incentive enough, but when dealing with the union I guess payoffs work better. The article doesn’t say whether the people who have already voluntarily gotten their vax will be included, or excluded, from this wasted use of our tax money…

Harold Borland

Bonney Lake

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