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Ready to Occupy? What You Need to Know about H.R. 347, the "Criminalizing Protest" Law

Spring has sprung, the grass is riz... and the Occupy movement is about to ramp up again. Activists recently announced a general strike for May 1, and protests are expected at the NATO summit on May 20 in Chicago. Later, of course, we can expect demonstrations in connection with the Republican National Convention in Tampa in late August and the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte in early September.
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