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March 7: Putin's Motivation
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Yes. Old barns are part of Washington's heritage and should be preserved. They add a unique character to the landscape. (20.63% - 33 votes)
No. The government is too broke at this time to help preserve any old barns. (70.63% - 113 votes)
The grants are OK, as long as barn owners are free to do what they want, including tearing the barn down. (8.75% - 14 votes)
Total Votes: 160