Minneapolis protesters defy tent ban with clear tents
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Anti-Wall Street protesters who are occupying a government plaza in Minneapolis have set up tents in defiance of a county ban.
The protesters set up clear plastic tents Saturday afternoon. Authorities had said tents wouldn't be allowed because they're a public-safety risk, so the protesters say they "opted for transparency" by using see-through tents.
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