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Published: Wednesday, 9/1/2010

Sign of fiscal discontent

Slug:  CTY REVOLT31p  Date:  08312010        The Blade/Andy Morrison       Location:   Bowling Green      Caption: Congressman Bob Latta signs the side of the Spending Revolt Bus in Bowling Green, Tuesday, 08312010. Summary: Slug: CTY REVOLT31p Date: 08312010 The Blade/Andy Morrison Location: Bowling Green Caption: Congressman Bob Latta signs the side of the Spending Revolt Bus in Bowling Green, Tuesday, 08312010. Summary:
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U.S. Rep. Bob Latta (R., Bowling Green) adds his signature to the 'Spending Revolt Bus' at its stop outside his Bowling Green office. Mr. Latta, who voted against the 2008 bank bailout and the 2009 stimulus and health-care plans, said Tuesday he agrees federal spending must be reined in. He suggested paring back the federal budget to the $2.9 trillion baseline it was in the 2008 fiscal year under President Bush.


Slug:  CTY REVOLT31p  Date:  08312010        The Blade/Andy Morrison       Location:   Bowling Green      Caption:  The Spending Revolt Bus in Bowling Green, Tuesday, 08312010. Summary: Slug: CTY REVOLT31p Date: 08312010 The Blade/Andy Morrison Location: Bowling Green Caption: The Spending Revolt Bus in Bowling Green, Tuesday, 08312010. Summary:
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The 'Spending Revolt Bus,' which had stopped in downtown Toledo early Tuesday morning, is on the Ohio leg of a multistate tour against what its sponsors call profligate government spending. Organizers said the tour is backed by several fiscally conservative organizations.




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