The Washington Post, “Activists, wary of health-care bill pause, plan more protests against proposal”

The alliance between elected Democrats and protest groups, fragile just a few months ago, has strengthened even as protests have become more disruptive. In Georgia’s special House election, Republican groups spent millions of dollars linking the Democratic candidate to “the resistance,” with images of Women’s March protesters seeping into footage of anarchists smashing windows.

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