People Celebrate Free Speech Before V.P. Debate

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Updated: 10/11/2012 7:23 pm
Dozens of people came together in Danville Thursday afternoon to celebrate their right to free speech.

The issues discussed ranged from anti-death penalty views, historic preservation, and raising awareness of human trafficking. Most people said they came out for the event because they believe it's important in a free society to express your views as well as listen to other's views.

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