Global Donations Feed Protesters In Wisconsin
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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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