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An estimated two thousand people marched through downtown Columbus in a preview of the Women’s March on Washington this weekend after President-Elect Donald Trump’s inauguration.

The day after President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, Jan. 20, 2017, a march is slated to take place on the National Mall.

The governor of North Dakota says he has not authorized roadblocks or forcible removal of protesters from the area near the route of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Gov. Jack Dalrymple spoke to reporters in an effort to clarify the implications of an evacuation order he issued earlier this week, which he said had led to "some miscommunication" with local law enforcement.

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers notified the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe on Friday that the public will not be allowed in areas being used to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline.

In a letter to the tribe, John W. Henderson, a district commander with the Corps, said that the area will be closed by Dec. 5. Anyone found to be on "Corps-managed land" north of the Cannonball River after that date will be considered trespassing and subject to prosecution:

Esther Honig

Temperatures on Monday evening dropped to a frigid 30 degrees outside the Ohio Statehouse, but some 200 people gathered to protest President-elect Donald Trump in the latest post-election rally. 

Pipeline Protest In Downtown Columbus Blocks Traffic

Nov 15, 2016
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Columbus police report an activist in a small group protesting construction of the Dakota Access oil pipeline blocked traffic by handcuffing himself under a vehicle at a downtown intersection.

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Video appears to show a man tackling a speaker during an anti-Donald Trump rally in the Ohio State University student union on Monday.

More than 1 million people have "checked in" on Facebook to the Standing Rock Indian Reservation page, in a show of support for the tribe that has been rallying against construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

A protester disrupts Columbus City Council's meeting on Monday calling for an independent investigation of the fatal police shooting of Tyre King.
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A group calling for an independent investigation after an Ohio officer fatally shot a 13-year-old boy while investigating a reported armed robbery is returning to downtown Columbus to protest.

Mourners hold a vigil for Tyre King blocks away from he was shot by Columbus Police in Olde Towne East
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A group calling for an independent investigation after a Columbus Police officer fatally shot a 13-year-old boy while investigating a reported armed robbery is planning a downtown protest.

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Several Columbus activist communities are banding together to hold a protest against police brutality that was previously canceled due to the shooting of police officers in Dallas. 

Issue 3 Protest

Nov 6, 2006

40 horse trailers Sunday formed a ring around a downtown block of Dayton. It was a protest against the Dayton Daily News by families who work in the horse-racing industry. They were upset that the newspaper has written strong editorials against State Issue 3 the ballot issue that would allow Ohio race tracks to install electronic slot machines. The demonstration revived debate over whether the state should help out a floundering industry. Statehouse correspondent Bill Cohen files this report.

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