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What would you like to see the United States do about ISIS?

Air strikes are a start, but let’s put boots on the ground.
Look for less confrontational ways to address the situation, like economic sanctions and a multilateral peacekeeping effort.
They’re a pissed off byproduct of the 2003 Iraq invasion. Maybe it’s time to stop creating more terrorists.
Let’s begin by helping the refugees that fled from their violence.

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The following article was posted on April 3rd, 2013, in the New Times - Volume 27, Issue 36 [ Submit a Story ]
The following articles were printed from New Times [newtimesslo.com] - Volume 27, Issue 36

Brown can fill Carter's shoes

San Luis Obispo

By Michelle Tasseff

Paul Brown is the most qualified to serve the remaining 18 months of Andrew Carter’s term. A former SLO City Council member, Paul is ready to represent us on day 1. Familiar with city issues, he has the experience to craft policy that will help our community prosper. A graduate of Cal Poly, Paul understands the student culture and how to address unique issues that arise as a result of students in our community. A former business owner in SLO, Paul understands the contribution of locally owned businesses, and how to cultivate an environment where they can thrive. As a police officer, Paul understands the importance of maintaining a safe community.

A member of the steering committee for Measures A & B, Paul showed his commitment to the overall good of the community over special interest groups. A leader in the appeal of binding arbitration, he put aside pressure he faced as a police officer because he believed the financial security of the city was being threatened.

Paul Brown is the only candidate receiving the endorsement of former councilman Carter and will continue Andrew’s commitment to fiscal responsibility.

Please support Paul Brown for city council.