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"Tea Party" Tax Day Protest

Published: 3:22 PM, 04/15/2009


Several hundred people -- many of them carrying signs showing their opposition to various actions of the federal government, especially deficit spending -- gathered today at the Greene County Courthouse for a noon "tea party."The nonpartisan event, like hundreds of others nationwide, is being held on "tax day," April 15, the annual deadline for filing federal and state income taxes.
Channels: News  Politics 
Keywords: tea,  party,  tax,  day,  protest,  courthouse,  government 


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