U.S. Capitol Police arrested Boiseans Nimi Sandhu, left, Adrienne Evans, center, and Linda Whedbee, right, all shown in handcuffs, Dec. 5 in Washington, D.C. during tax-reform protests at Capitol Hill.
U.S. Capitol Police arrested Boiseans Nimi Sandhu, left, Adrienne Evans, center, and Linda Whedbee, right, all shown in handcuffs, Dec. 5 in Washington, D.C. during tax-reform protests at Capitol Hill. Provided by Nancy Harris/SWIdahoNOW
U.S. Capitol Police arrested Boiseans Nimi Sandhu, left, Adrienne Evans, center, and Linda Whedbee, right, all shown in handcuffs, Dec. 5 in Washington, D.C. during tax-reform protests at Capitol Hill. Provided by Nancy Harris/SWIdahoNOW

3 Idaho women arrested during Capitol Hill tax-reform protests

December 05, 2017 06:52 PM

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