WASHINGTON -- Ken Cuccinelli dislikes many things. Recently, Virginia's Republican attorney general has spent a lot of time making known his intense distate for rodents that come from the other side of the Potomac River.
The Washington Examiner reports that District of Columbia officials will be meeting with their Virginia and Maryland counterparts to discuss the (most likely nonexistent) threat of rats being brought across state lines, sparked by a D.C. law -- most closely associated with Councilmember Mary Cheh (D-Ward 3) and conservative commentator Rush Limbaugh -- that deals with humane wildlife extermination.
Besides these things, what else makes Cuccinelli's blood boil?
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