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  • January 07, 2016 | In the Media
    From Oregon Public Broadcasting (NPR): "The Latest On The Armed Occupation In Burns" by Julie Sabatier, OPB Jan. 6, 2016: Self-described militiamen have occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Building in Burns, Oregon. We’ll get the latest on this developing story. GUESTS: Amanda Peacher: Reporter for OPB News Jared Goldstein: Law professor at Roger Williams University School of Law Amelia Templeton: Reporter for OPB News Daryl Johnson: Former analyst at the Department of Homeland...
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    FROM WRNI, Rhode Island's NPR: "What First Amendment rights does Occupy Providence have?" by FLO JONIC Click here to read the report and listen. PROVIDENCE, RI (WRNI) - Organizers of the "Occupy Providence" movement say they plan to camp out in Burnside Park indefinitely. Providence Public safety commissioner Steven Pare says he may let go it go on for a few weeks but not a month or more. What rights do the protesters have? If the city of Providence is forced to go to court to remove protesters...