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How Lee Ulansey and his corporation moved from advocacy into county government

  Lee Ulansey was drawn into the world of Humboldt County politics during a bizarre game of brinkmanship back in 2007. The stakes were local, including thousands of acres of timberland, but the game was being played in a courtroom on Texas'…

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