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Jack Evans bill would impose regulations on demonstrations

On the same day that Occupy DC will attempt to jumpstart the summer protest season, D.C. Council member Jack Evans has introduced a bill that would require demonstrators to give notice and obtain a permit before they could march through city streets. Read full article >>
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