Freedom of speech as protected and defined by the First Amendment is not arbitrary. It is not defined by individual preference or agendas. The fact that Nick Isgro’s livelihood and position as mayor has been threatened by the three words he said is an attack on us all.

Haley Pouland

Waterville


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