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Homeless march on Capitol to protest funding cuts as a shelter faces closure (access required)

More than 100 marchers — homeless and advocates for the homeless — make their way along Jefferson as they head to the Capitol for a rally. They started out at the Lodestar Day Resource Center on the homeless campus at 12th Avenue and Jackson.Terry Araman took his turn at the podium, facing a crowd of ...

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