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Cameras to Track Anti-War Protests in Nation's Capital

As anti-war protesters arrive in Washington, D.C., for weekend demonstrations, local police are ready with surveillance cameras. Critics say the presence of the cameras will discourage some people from participating. City officials say the cameras are important to manage resources in case violence erupts. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.

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