Upon reading arguments for and against Measure 101 in the voters' pamphlet, I noticed that almost 90 percent of the arguments against (26 out of 29) were written by two people. The 54 arguments in favor of Measure 101 were written by 35 people. Two of the arguments in favor were written by the same two that wrote most of the arguments against. Their criticism was obvious. Five people in favor wrote several arguments. It seems to me more real people are in favor of the measure than against.
Corvallis (Dec. 29)