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Wisconsin, in the town, and to celebrate the work of the council regulation that prohibits the throwing of snowballs

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Decades after the introduction of a ban on the throwing of snowballs in a Wisconsin city, you can quickly change to an outdated law that have left residents scratching their heads.

The city of Wausau, approximately 100 miles northwest of Green Bay, and is not limited to, the throwing of certain objects, such as stones or items that could cause damage to public property in 1962. Snowballs have been combined in this category.

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While the ordinance is rarely used, it is made up of the heads over the years, so Lisa Rasmussen, council president, speaking about the change of the rule.

“Maybe it’s worth to have a closer look to see whether or not that list may be amended from time-to restrict foreign news story that keeps on coming like a bad penny,” Rasmussen told The Associated Press.

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Earlier this month, the Wausau Police Department posted a video of the Deputy chief of Matt Barnes for an explanation of the regulation in place for a very good reason… it’s for the safety and security of our communities as police officers throwing snowballs behind him.

The town of Wausau, Wis., prohibits the throwing of snowballs, as part of a 1962 ordinance which prohibited the throwing of any objects, which can be harmful to others.
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Barnes said the police department has issued citations in accordance with the law about 10 times in the last 15 years or so, and only two of them are throwing snowballs at moving cars. He told me that the others got the ticket for the shooting of crossbows, a next-door neighbor’s yard, and down the sandbags from the roof of a parking garage.

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“It is regulations, such as those in the United States of america. Individuals in our community with a fun snowball fight is a fun, snowball fight, and that’s not something that we have in the enforcement of this regulation,” the deputy police chief said the throwing of a snowball to the lord Mayor, Robert Mielke.

The Wausau city council will consider the possibility of decriminalizing, from snowball fights to an event next month.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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