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November 23, 2013 12:00 AM

Editorial: Dear Mr. Quinn: You need to quit

Twin Rivers Unified school board member Cortez Quinn should resign; while he enjoys the presumption of innocence in court as his criminal case proceeds, his actions reveal a remarkable lack of judgment in the court of public opinion.

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