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July 13, 2011

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tammy r stephens

i have lived in adams county from 1962 to 1980 and grant county to present .i have very low thyroid and been on med sence 1997 also my mom born in 1942 grew up around moxie then othello and has the same problem .with her thyroid.between breast cancer and thyroid problems are a high state in the columbia basin area

Dr. Harry J. Maue

It seems to me that all the legal fees and expenses should be audited. If there was no responsible oversight regarding attorney fees then there may be a very good chance that billing abuses may be uncovered with a thorough forensic legal audit being performed by a reputable independent legal auditing company. Then on the other hand all fees and expended may be verifiable.if I were the CEO of one these companies that may be faced with having to unilaterally bill for legal fees that I was unable to provide input and control then may only 2 options would be to pay no questions asked or to simply have the fees and expended audited. It' simply the right thing to do and satisfy all parties involved particularily the shareholders. Dr. Harry J. Maue

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