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Tax Day Tea Party protest

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Lorrie Butler, left, and Renee Hamaker call to drivers Wednesday to honk in support of the Tax Day Tea Party protest. Several motorists gave long and repeated honks as they drove down Victory Way. Photo by Hans Hallgren

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Lynne Herring, of Craig, holds signs at the Tax Day Tea Party protest Wednesday in front of the Moffat County Courthouse. Herring said she was proud she "had the right to stand here with a sign and protest the government. Where else in the world can you do that?" Photo by Hans Hallgren

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Jan Lackey, left, of Craig, stands on Victory Way encouraging drivers to "Honk if You Agree" with the Tax Day Tea Party rally. Bill Greenwood holds the sign on the right. More than 200 demonstrators took to the street to protest government taxation as part of a nationwide grass-roots movement. For more photos, see page 8. Photo by Hans Hallgren

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Patrick Germond speaks to the crowd through a public address system set up after the protest started. Several residents stood before the crowd to voice their feelings about the government. Photo by Hans Hallgren

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Tracy Winder, left, talks with Willard White during the Tax Day Tea Party protest at the Moffat County Courthouse. Photo by Hans Hallgren

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A woman watches protesters gather in front of the Moffat County Courthouse shortly before noon Wednesday, when the rally officially began. Protesters started arriving about 11:30 a.m., and many stayed after the scheduled 1 p.m. finish time. Photo by Hans Hallgren

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Linda Behrman, of Craig, looks out from behind her signs at the traffic down Victory Way. Photo by Hans Hallgren

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