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Global Donations Feed Protesters In Wisconsin

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A pizza place called Ian's in Madison, Wis., is feeding demonstrators. It invited people to phone in donations to pay for pizza. On Saturday, Ian's delivered hundreds of pizzas. Politico reports deliveries continued on Sunday. Pizza orders for protesters came from dozens of states and several countries, including Egypt.

STEVE INSKEEP, host:

Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep.

Protestors in Wisconsin may be right, may be wrong, but they have plenty to eat. A pizza place called Ian's in Madison is feeding demonstrators. It invited people to phone in donations to pay for pizza. On Saturday, Ian's delivered hundreds of pizzas and more than a thousand slices. Politico�reports that the deliveries continued on Sunday. Pizza orders for protesters have come from dozens of states and several countries, including Egypt.

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