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LPPJ listened to the people

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A funny thing happened during this month’s Lincoln Parish Police Jury meeting — something that’s become a rarity in the world of today’s politics.

You see, the LPPJ went against the wishes of several of its members in order to listen to the majority of its constituents.

Theoretically, the purpose of democracy is to give the members of a society the ability to choose those who will represent them through an electoral process. This process ought to ensure that those who receive the responsibility of making decisions on the behalf of the public are the best choices available.

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