Despite Tropical Storm Isaac and Massive Security, Activists Plan Protest March Outside RNC in Tampa

(Multimedia) Organizers from the Coalition to March on the RNC spent the night encasing their picket signs in plastic. Thousands of law enforcement officers from the local police and sheriff departments, as well as the National Guard, are patrolling the streets near the RNC in an area being called the Green Zone. Full Story »

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