A small group of protesters rallied outside the Federal Building in Anchorage. Isabelle Wassilie, 10, who described herself as a polar bear cheerleader, receives attention from a dog named Tuck as Carly Weir and Miles look on.
A small group of protesters rallied outside the Federal Building in Anchorage. Isabelle Wassilie, 10, who described herself as a polar bear cheerleader, receives attention from a dog named Tuck as Carly Weir and Miles look on. Anchorage Daily News
A small group of protesters rallied outside the Federal Building in Anchorage. Isabelle Wassilie, 10, who described herself as a polar bear cheerleader, receives attention from a dog named Tuck as Carly Weir and Miles look on. Anchorage Daily News

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