Politics & Government

October 10, 2013 12:00 AM

Secession brews in the ‘State of Jefferson’

The movement in Modoc County and its neighbor county to the west, Siskiyou, to recruit other counties to form a new State of Jefferson is stoked with regional folklore and memories of an abortive secessionist movement in 1941.

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