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    A group of "raging grannies" sing a song in support of the environment on Blackstone Avenue, in front of a banquet hall where the congressman is talking about water to a meeting of ag lenders. The women are among more than 300 people in the peaceful (but noisy) protest.

A group of "raging grannies" sing a song in support of the environment on Blackstone Avenue, in front of a banquet hall where the congressman is talking about water to a meeting of ag lenders. The women are among more than 300 people in the peaceful (but noisy) protest. Tim Sheehan The Fresno Bee
A group of "raging grannies" sing a song in support of the environment on Blackstone Avenue, in front of a banquet hall where the congressman is talking about water to a meeting of ag lenders. The women are among more than 300 people in the peaceful (but noisy) protest. Tim Sheehan The Fresno Bee
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Protesters picket, criticize Nunes outside Fresno water speech

March 31, 2017 4:39 PM