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Trustees believe that each question they face must be decided on merits. Conscience and independent judgement are their guides. Trustees call issues as they see them, regardless of the views held by their constituents or by any other groups that seek to influence their decisions.

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Trustees believe that each question they face must be decided on its merits. Conscience and independent judgment are their guides.

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trustees value the merits and on their conscience when deciding on how to vote on a bill.....i think this is the right answer

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Delegates value the opinion of their electors back home rather than their own personal beliefs.

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