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In response to the November
Debate, “Should photo ID be
required for voting?”
NO. I am a senior citizen. I have been voting
all my life without photo ID. I vote in my
neighborhood and have never needed it.
What if I forgot my ID?
Los Angeles, California
YES. It will ensure that everyone’s vote counts,
while helping the process to debunk fraud
right at the front door.
San Antonio, Texas
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Food court fables
THE FOOD COURT is Costco’s contribution to social networking. It’s where
friends, families, couples, clubs, teams,
organizations and companies congregate to enjoy fast-food values in a
relaxed setting. It’s where members
go to celebrate birthdays, anniversaries,
retirement—even wedding ceremonies
have been conducted there.
The Connection will be running
an article featuring members’ interesting experiences relating to the Costco
Food Court. Send your special Food
Court memory to The Costco Connection, P.O. Box 34088, Seattle, WA
98124-1088; fax to (425)313-6718; or
e-mail to costcoconnection@costco.
com. Be sure to put “Food Court
Memory” in the subject line.