Hart Senate Office Building

“No more food banks, we need paychecks!” chanted furloughed workers going without pay amid the record-length government shutdown.
Young activists walked out of class in Washington, D.C., and across the country.
Many health care advocates were arrested at a Senate building, including several disabled activists.
The usually quiet visitor galleries echoed with protesters shouting.
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In that vein, the agency is “exploring options,” according to spokeswoman Eva Malecki, regarding “installing more energy
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About 75-100 protesters from the October2011 occupation of Freedom Plaza marched from the Plaza to the Hart Senate Office