Greenpeace protesters shut down D.C. streets

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WASHINGTON, D.C.--Greenpeace protesters shut down D.C. streets Wednesday morning after climbing a 2-hundred-70 foot crane.  The crane is near the old Washington Post building.

D.C. police say there are five people on the crane.

The protests comes a day after President Donald Trump moved to delay implementation of some environmental rules and froze new environmental protection agency contracts and grant awards.

 

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