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Letter to the Editor
Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013
 

Gov. Corbett should back off his lawsuit against the NCAA.

First, he has more important business to take care of. Even though I voted for him, I think the governor has been very ineffective and pretty invisible.

Second, Penn State University agreed to the NCAA sanctions and his meddling hardly seems appropriate.

Last, there need to be consequences for heinous actions perpetrated upon children and minors. The governor is sending the wrong message: that the culture of sports and the money involved outweigh any laws of the land or rights of victims.

RICH VOLLER

RICHLAND

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