SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - A group of protesters took a different approach to voice concerns about Rush Limbaugh being inducted into the Hall of Famous Missourians.
The Missouri Chapter of the National Organization for Women wants Speaker of the House Steven Tilley to "flush” rush.
They protested at the speaker’s office by bringing in rolls of toilet paper.
"I know he would be a controversial choice, I know they would hold him to a different standard than we've held any other person that's been inducted in the Hall of Famous Missourians,” said Tilley.
Tilley's response -- keep it coming. He plans to donate the toilet paper to a charity.
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