“Who wants to rabble rouse in the streets?” asked the lead speaker of a group of Escondido residents who formed to resist the idea of privatizing the Escondido library—the most used facility in the city. The speaker, Laura Hunter—a self-described “neophyte” in organizing a political movement—towards the end of the two-hour meeting Monday night asked the question in jest. But […]
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