Local lawyers fight Trump’s policies
Friday at noon, as other Loop workers took lunch breaks in the warm, rare mid-February sun, a criminal-defense attorney rallied a crowd of more than 150 in Federal Plaza, across from the Dirksen Federal Courthouse.“Whose court is this?” Molly E. Armour asked into a megaphone.“Our court!” the crowd chanted.Chicago was one of 17 cities across the nation where the National Lawyers Guild organized …
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