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Thursday, August 27, 2015
Promoting peace - Activists to Congress: 'No war with Iran'
Les Stukenberg/The Daily CourierApproximately 30 people gather outside the Prescott offices of Rep. Paul Gosar and Sen. John McCain to encourage them to support the proposed Iran arms agreement.
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Approximately 30 people gather outside the Prescott offices of Rep. Paul Gosar and Sen. John McCain to encourage them to support the proposed Iran arms agreement.
PRESCOTT - Some 25 protesters gathered midday Wednesday, Aug. 26, bearing signs with messages like "No war with Iran" and "Defend diplomacy" in front of the downtown Prescott office for Sen. John McCain.

It was part of the National Day of Action organized by the left-leaning activist group and political action committee MoveOn. The nationwide event's stated goal is to "urge members of Congress to stand for diplomacy over war," according to a statement released by MoveOn.


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