Issue of December 31, 2017
Mt. Province

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1.    The local police force implementing a curfew policy was not threatened by this political leader that they can be sued in court, an unprofessional gesture to gain political support.

2.    Accidents involving motorcycles will continue to rise if LTO fails come out with ways to remind that the license does not authorize them to overtake from any side of the road.

3.    PRO-Cor must call the attention of the provincial police command why illegal gambling has been ongoing inside a bar that serves liquor to minors in the capital town of Bontoc.

4.    It would be next to impossible if authorities do not know the presence of this known bar-cum-gambling den in the capital town where several LGU workers are regular clients.

5.    Addressing first the reported web of corruption within this regulatory office will be best appreciated by the public than imposing regulation on grade of tint for private vehicles.

6.    This political leader and his allies have not suffered a major setback in their presence in the social media after thousands of cellphones linked to websites were burned recently.

7.    The resignation of the Presidential son from his elective post out of delicadeza was not just a smokescreen from the possible numerous probe on corruption by the Ombudsman.

8.    This giant store opted not to cover from public view the ongoing earthmoving activities, as it learned from the past that there are more critics from the “see no evil” tactic.

9.    The campaign on firecrackers in Baguio can be best implemented if the city, aside from banning its sale, adopts a policy barring individuals from lighting the same on Yuletide.

10. There is commercialization of the rich culture of the ethnolinguistic groups in the region when cultural instruments and garbs are used by inventive groups for caroling.

11. The campaign against firecrackers suffered a setback when this private institution keep repeating in the airwave where one can buy firecrackers being sold in a nearby town.

12. A local group in the social media promotes cyber bullying of unsuspecting victims, as members openly post discussions without getting or knowing the other side of the coin.

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