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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Julaine K. Appling
What might have been a quiet race for state-level political office in a region best known for dairy farms has been transformed into a battle more expensive than any Wisconsin residents have seen.
"That is our post office box, I'm not going to say any more and we're doing nothing illegal," said Julaine K. Appling, director of the Wisconsin Family Council, a seemingly separate group, before hanging up.