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Bob Wilfong and others at Health Care Protest at Sen. Rounds' Rapid City Office on 7/6/17


 By: Bob Wilfong  

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We held a non-violent protest of the Anti-Islam event held at the Rapid City Civic Center on Thursday June 15th. It was covered by the Rapid City Journal (story is here), Public News Service (story here), KOTA TV (story and video here), KEVN TV (story here), Argus Leader (story here), and as the stories show up we will add them to the list. Newsweek also picked up this story and it can be read HERE!
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