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Scott Walker and about the ATF and who they targeted in stings

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Issues in the News:

I. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R) and his administration's office of Department of Natural Resources has seen its' prosecution go from on average 65 to 33 prosecutions for factory farm pollution, per year.

Not a surprise at all. Republicans on average care less about environmental interests and care more about big corporate interests (which family farms represents) so no one should be surprised.

II. The Alcohol Tobacco and Firearm Agency has employed mentally retarded/challenged men and women across the nation at storefront undercover stings. Some of these "dangerous" criminals sold or possessed small amounts of marijuana. I am glad that we as a nation spend millions on these stings, ruining the property of the landlords who unknowingly lease it, to make these small time drug busts. Also these stings have seen machine guns stolen in the process.

By the way, you can join the National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws to help curb and end these rotten abuses.

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