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Anti-war protests cost Tacoma $500,000

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Tacoma police say last month's 12-day anti-war protests cost the city an unbudgeted $500,000 to provide a large-scale law enforcement presence. The rough estimate covers overtime, regular compensation, equipment and food for hundreds of worker

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Who gives a crap what it cost them. Nobody asked them to be there and in the short run we pay for anyway it comes out our taxes so tell them to go home and do something else with their time so we can have peaceful protests. The only time protests get out of control is when the cops are involed anyway i.e Pittsburgh recruiting office. People wake up before it is to late.