Your Turn: feedback on protest, border patrol & squirrel

wwny Your Turn: feedback on protest, border patrol & squirrel

WATERTOWN, N.Y. (WWNY) - People in Watertown and Potsdam joined a nationwide protest against President Trump’s immigration policies. The event was called “Lights for Liberty:”

There is zero defense for the crimes against humanity this country is committing.

Becca Bisig

Careful records should be kept of all who attend these protests. Then ALL of their taxes should be raised to support those ideals they care so much about.

Jim Graves

They should be protesting Congress for dragging their feet and not offering a solution.

Scott Draper

The union representing customs and border protection officers in our area voiced concerns about the local implications of mandatory deployments to the Mexican border:

It's like telling your boss you refuse to do a task because you don't like it. Maybe they need a career change.

Nick Knowlton

Most all of the positions are filled by volunteers. Very few are being "forced" to go.

Christopher McConnell

A Clayton man’s efforts to have his squirrel returned failed, even after having it declared an emotional support animal. The state charged him with illegal possession of wildlife:

I can not believe this is a crime. Talk about over policing of America.

Kiela Hammel

The DEC is wrong here but so is using the system trying to get a wild animal to be an emotional support animal.

Patty Langhorst-Forbes

The union representing customs and border protection officers in our area voiced concerns about the local implications of mandatory deployments to the Mexican border.

A Clayton man’s efforts to have his squirrel returned failed, even after having it declared an emotional support animal. The state charged him with illegal possession of wildlife.

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