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Monday, October 29, 2012

 3:02 PM 

American Future Fund hits Baldwin, Obama on paper regulations in ad

A TV ad from conservative group American Future Fund criticizes Tammy Baldwin and Barack Obama for paper regulations it says will end thousands of Wisconsin jobs.

The 60-second TV ad, titled "Paper," begins focused with a television showing footage of people out of work while voice overs from newscasters talk about the slow economy.

"In these tough times, can Wisconsin afford to lose thousands of jobs?" the narrator asks. "President Obama and Tammy Baldwin seem to think so. The Obama administration's regulations will cost the Wisconsin paper industry $470 million and close 11 paper mills, destroying 7,500 jobs and hurting thousands of families."

The narrator then says that Herb Kohl and Paul Ryan worked together to "fight Obama's attack on Wisconsin jobs" but says Baldwin voted with Obama.

"Our own representative should never put the special interests and the high-priced lobbyists ahead of hard-working Wisconsin taxpayers," the narrator says.

The ad ends with a plea to "protect Wisconsin's paper workers" by voting against Baldwin and Obama.





 -- By Jason Smathers


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