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Democracy Now radio host Amy Goodman settles RNC arrest lawsuit

The federal government and the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis agree to pay a total $100,000 to settle a lawsuit stemming from the 2008 Republican National Convention. Democracy Now radio host Amy Goodman and two of her producers filed the suit after their arrest at the convention. U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge Arthur Boylan in St. Paul helped mediate the settlement.
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The federal government and the cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis agree to pay a total $100,000 to settle a lawsuit stemming from the 2008 Republican National Convention. Democracy Now radio host Amy Goodman and two of her producers filed the suit after their arrest at the convention. U.S. Chief Magistrate Judge Arthur Boylan in St. Paul helped mediate the settlement.

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