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    Dozens Arrested at Occupy Protests

    DENVER, CO - OCTOBER 29:  Policemen in riot gear arrest a protester at the "Occupy Denver" camp on October 29, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. Following a march by protesters, police tried to tear down some newly-erected tents at the encampment and scuffled with demonstrators. Police arrested about a half dozen people and pepper-sprayed others during the melee.  (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

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    Police had their hands full with Occupy protesters over the weekend, arresting dozens more on Sunday in Portland, Ore., and Austin. In Portland, police arrested more than two dozen people after they refused to obey a midnight curfew for a park in the city’s wealthy Pearl District. In Austin, 38 people were arrested for setting up a food table outside City Hall, defying a rule issued two days earlier making it illegal to set up food tables between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Meanwhile, Occupy protests in Denver and Nashville regrouped after clashes with police on Saturday.

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