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Yes. If people choose to go "off the grid" and then need help, they ought to pay for it. (45.68% - 111 votes)
Maybe. If the people were reckless or unprepared for the trek, they should be billed. (38.27% - 93 votes)
No. Helping people in a pinch is what government is all about, even if it's in a remote location. (16.05% - 39 votes)
Total Votes: 243