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Should the Tuolumne County Board of Supervisors fund laptops for Sheriff’s Office patrol cars, which could cost as much as $175,000? 
Yes, law enforcement officers need all the tools they can get.
Yes, they should have had them long before now.
No, this is frill, not true law enforcement equipment.
No, the county can’t afford it.
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