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Rhode Islanders to participate in Million Worker March
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PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- Up to 500 Rhode Islanders are expected to participate in the Million Worker March this weekend in Washington.

The march calls for U-S withdrawal from Iraq, more jobs, higher minimum wage, universal health care, and equal rights for all immigrants.

The state chapter of the march says ten buses have been chartered. The participants are expected to include union activists, low-wage workers, students, veterans, and others.


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