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leaflets allowed but barriers put up

Well, the convention center is now allowing leafleting (or at least security has not as of yet this morning chased away people distributing leaflets), but they've erected barriers something like what you'd see at amusement park rides to create clear corridors from the Hilton or street to the convention center doors. I'll put up a photo later if I get the chance, and assuming the barriers stay up. It's quite silly, though, since most people coming to convention WANT information about various views and candidates, so mostly the barriers are creating inconvenience. It's better than chasing us all away, at least.

July 9, 2009 | Permalink


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