Washington Preps for Inaugural In the final days before his Inauguration, groups opposed to President Bush have been negotiating with the National Park Service for space along the inaugural parade route. One group has filed a lawsuit over officials' decisions. Demonstrators have been busy making signs and holding training sessions. NPR's Nancy Marshall-Genzer reports.
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Washington Preps for Inauguration as Protesters Train

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Washington Preps for Inauguration as Protesters Train

Washington Preps for Inauguration as Protesters Train

Washington Preps for Inauguration as Protesters Train

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In the final days before his Inauguration, groups opposed to President Bush have been negotiating with the National Park Service for space along the inaugural parade route. One group has filed a lawsuit over officials' decisions. Demonstrators have been busy making signs and holding training sessions. NPR's Nancy Marshall-Genzer reports.