This is in response to Jonathan LaBonte’s column, June 28.
I find it ironic, that LaBonte, an elected member of probably Maine’s most dysfunctional branch of government — the county —  repeatedly implies that public policy decisions are often made with officials’ re-elections in mind. Does he not think that $7 for a pack of cigarettes is not a health care policy decision?
I also find it ironic that the Diocese of Portland is publicly pleading poverty, while at the same time funding the gay marriage referendum repeal effort.
Bob Mennealy, Auburn

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