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Dry supporters are threatening local business owners

Dear Editor,

I would like to respond to Mr. Seibert’s letter in last week’s edition of the Enquirer.

You have every right to speak on the wet/dry issue, but when you attack a fellow businessman for wanting to sell a legal product to help feed his family, I believe you deserve to be rebuffed.

I have been in business in Hartselle for 32 years and I will be voting to legalize alcohol despite the fact I will not be selling it. But I do believe the secondary effects will benefit me and all Hartselle citizens.

Many business owners feel threatened by people like you. But I’m not scared of you and your small-minded kind.

Who’s next? The business owner that sells guns?

Shame on you. And you can find me at Town & Country Cleaners.

Doug Chapman

Hartselle

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