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Occupy Duluth protesters say they'll comply with police orders but will maintain a presence

A police order effective Sunday night forbids protesters from spending the night at Duluth's Civic Center Plaza. Leaders of the Occupy Duluth movement say the group will abide by it, but hinted some individuals may challenge it on their own. The group says it will maintain some presence in Duluth through the winter.
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A police order effective Sunday night forbids protesters from spending the night at Duluth's Civic Center Plaza. Leaders of the Occupy Duluth movement say the group will abide by it, but hinted some individuals may challenge it on their own. The group says it will maintain some presence in Duluth through the winter.

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