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Chris Stewart (football)
Grazing wars: Grass March Cowboys ride to Capitol Hill

WASHINGTON A Prius driver pulled up next to the horse trailer parked on Maryland Avenue midday Thursday, a block southwest of the U.S. Capitol, and asked Nevada ranch hand George Martin what issue brought him to Washington. "Regulation without representation," responded Martin, 69, who was keeping a watchful eye on a dozen horses and three of his great-granddaughters, while the rest of the crew that rode with him for nearly 2,800 miles paid a visit to the Hill. Capitol Police rules ban the Grass March Cowboy Express from saddling up on Capitol grounds, so the two horse trailers and a chuck wagon stayed parked outside the National Museum of the American Indian. The Prius driver...