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Religious Leaders Arrested At Capitol For Budget Protest

Friday, July 29, 2011 By Michael McAuliff, Truthout | Video
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Washington – Capitol Hill police arrested 11 people — many of them members of the clergy — protesting the Republican House budget-cutting plan, a police spokeswoman said.

The group, organized by Common Cause’s president, the Rev. Bob Edgar, occupied the center of the historic Rotunda for more than a half hour Thursday, praying and singing until police closed the massive chamber and arrested the group, one by one.

Official press release: Faith Leaders Arrested In Capitol Hill Protest To Protect The Poor

Before officers closed the Rotunda, many visitors sang along, clapped, and filmed the prayers, although it was not clear that passersby understood what the group was protesting.

To read this article in its entirety visit The Huffington Post.


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Religious Leaders Arrested At Capitol For Budget Protest

Friday, July 29, 2011 By Michael McAuliff, Truthout | Video
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Washington – Capitol Hill police arrested 11 people — many of them members of the clergy — protesting the Republican House budget-cutting plan, a police spokeswoman said.

The group, organized by Common Cause’s president, the Rev. Bob Edgar, occupied the center of the historic Rotunda for more than a half hour Thursday, praying and singing until police closed the massive chamber and arrested the group, one by one.

Official press release: Faith Leaders Arrested In Capitol Hill Protest To Protect The Poor

Before officers closed the Rotunda, many visitors sang along, clapped, and filmed the prayers, although it was not clear that passersby understood what the group was protesting.

To read this article in its entirety visit The Huffington Post.


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