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Tea party road trip

A writer tags along with a Tea Party group from Ohio on their way to Washington to learn what the movement wants -- and why.

 
 

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Chuck Henthorn, who's running for the U.S. Senate, at his Dayton, Ohio, campaign office. For several months Henthorn "has been coordinating Tea Party buses to Washington for an ad hoc Dayton group, the Freedom Institute," reports Bill Donahue, a freelance writer in Portland, Ore., who accompanied an Ohio group to the Glenn Beck rally in Washington in late August.


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