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“[Madison, Wisc...] Liberal protesters in Madison continue to get more aggressive in their actions, and Rep. Stephen Nass (R-Whitewater) says it's Capitol Police Chief Charles Tubbs' fault.
Nass says Tubbs has gone out of his way to go easy on protesters ever since they occupied the Capitol for weeks earlier this year. Protesters continued to get away with more and more, until last week when they stalked and assaulted a Republican lawmaker in a Madison hotel bar.
Nass is calling on the Department of Administration to investigate Tubbs' actions over the year, and remove him from his position if it's found he was derelict in his duty.”