The value of government to the people it serves is in direct relationship to the interest citizens themselves display in the affairs of state.
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You clearly have radioactive air. The situation is still not under control because there's still radioactivity coming out into the atmosphere.
But the issue became, how long do you keep the press waiting so that you can gather more information?
You're feeling the responsibility for hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of people on your shoulder in a way that I couldn't feel as lieutenant governor.
So very quickly we tried to learn what those allowable limits were and discern whether there was danger of those limits being breached.
So what I bring to the table is a knowledge and experience at creating opportunity,
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