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Guest column: Election law violations not easy to prove

7:16 PM, Nov. 25, 2012
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A week before the Nov. 6 election, Americans for Prosperity tried to pump up support for GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney. The conservative advocacy group offered $1.84 per gallon gas to motorists in Rib Mountain, a town near Wausau, by paying the $1.70 per gallon difference. The line was so long that the Marathon County Sheriff's Department came out to control traffic.

"We're out here reminding folks what it was like to fill their tanks before President Obama took office," Luke Hilgemann, AFP's state director, told a local television station, referring to the brief price plunge that ...

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