Veto protesters target legislators in their homes

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Various opposition meetings are being held around the state, with talking points and with the names and phone numbers of legislators to target.

Some have even gone so far as to knock on the front doors of homes where Republican legislators live, and ask them to vote to override the vetoes of Gov. Michael Dunleavy.

Because of safety concerns,Must Read Alaskais not naming the two legislators who have had these coordinated groups with video cameras doing “personal visits” at their homes, filming their encounters with lawmakers.

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