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Occupy Baltimore protesters face eviction from McKeldin Square

As Occupy Baltimore reaches its three-week anniversary with protesters inhabiting McKeldin Square by the Inner Harbor, the city's Department of Recreation and Parks said they must scale back their presence. Many participants said Tuesday that they are prepared to go to jail if the city tries to remove them from the space.

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Occupy Baltimore applies for permit, waits

Occupy Baltimore applied for a permit for a square near the Inner Harbor last week, but the application is still under review. Department of Recreation and Parks spokeswoman Gwendolyn Burrell Chambers said Wednesday that the group applied for a permit ...

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Gene Policinski: First Amendment protects protest movements

The “Occupy Wall Street” movement and its rapidly spreading urban echoes are — like the tea party movement — grand examples of Americans using at least two of our lesser-known First Amendment freedoms: assembly and petition. Regardless of how you ...

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‘Occupy Wall Street’ protesters stream past millionaires’ NYC homes

NEW YORK — Hundreds of protesters, emboldened by the growing national Occupy Wall Street movement, streamed through midtown Manhattan on Tuesday in what they called a “Millionaires March.” They marched two by two up the sidewalk, planning to pass the ...

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‘Occupy Baltimore’ protest held at McKeldin Square

Members of "Occupy Baltimore," a group seeking change in the country's economic conditions, gathered at McKeldin Square by the Inner Harbor on Tuesday afternoon to stage a peaceful protest. Dozens came out to support the cause, some holding signs that read "We are the 99 percent" and "People Before Profits."

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Occupy Baltimore stages protest at Inner Harbor

Supporters of a group called Occupy Baltimore are protesting U.S. economic conditions. They gathered peacefully Tuesday at the Inner Harbor, holding signs reading “People Before Profits” and “We’re Here for the Needy, not the Greedy.” Demonstrators stood quietly amid lunchtime ...

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