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Inaugural Ticket Scalper Doing Brisk Business

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Inaugural Ticket Scalper Doing Brisk Business

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Inaugural Ticket Scalper Doing Brisk Business

Inaugural Ticket Scalper Doing Brisk Business

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Lori Watzman of Washington, D.C., has been busy selling tickets to inaugural events, such as the swearing-in ceremony and parade. She got the tickets for free and has no qualms about profiting from saving other people time and trouble. Scalping tickets is legal in Washington, as long as it isn't done in public places.