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Rehberg sides with Wall Street. Wall Street doesn’t get it. Wall Street doesn’t want regulation; they don’t want the public looking over their shoulder. Wall Street wants to make money at any cost and keep us in the dark.

Congress just passed a bill to establish a council to oversee suspicious activity and regulate bad business practices so that what has happened over the last year or two doesn’t happen again. Our congressman voted against the bill. He made it clear that he isn’t looking out for our interests; he’s looking out for Wall Street’s interests. We need to tell Rehberg that Wall Street has enough people looking out for their interests; we elected him to look out for Montana’s interests.

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Vanessa Harris

Billings

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