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The following is presented as part of The Columbian’s Opinion content, which offers a point of view in order to provoke thought and debate of civic issues. Opinions represent the viewpoint of the author. Unsigned editorials represent the consensus opinion of The Columbian’s editorial board, which operates independently of the news department.

Letter: Reynolds has right to opinion

By Colleen Keller, Columbian Assistant News Editor
Published: January 14, 2023, 6:00am

Vancouver has about 190,000 residents. Yet, 1,400 presumably “woke” citizens decided to exercise their opinion by signing a petition to fire Vancouver police Officer Rey Reynolds. In America, we have the right to voice our opinion on all issues. Mr. Reynolds also has that right. We should respect diversity of opinion, of culture, and politics alike.

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