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What about ALSO soliciting comments from those who have managed to avoid fees now and in the past by managing their accounts responsibly and opportunistically. Seems to me that would be more in line with the "fair and balanced" style espoused by the Murdoch "news" organization.
Edit: Sorry, CCG. Thought I was speaking directly to the WSJ.
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