5 Arrested at Paul’s Iowa HQ

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Five protesters from a group called Occupy the Caucuses were arrested at Ron Paul’s Iowa headquarters on Thursday. The group said they were protesting Paul’s proposal to dismantle the Environmental Protection Agency. They said they arrived at his headquarters to find the doors locked, and police said they were arrested for trespassing. Thursday’s arrests came one day after 10 Occupy protesters were arrested at Mitt Romney’s headquarters and Wells Fargo. The group says it plans on protesting at the offices of all the presidential candidates, including President Obama.