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The city of Chicago has approved a permit for what's thought to be the largest anti-NATO rally being held by the Coalition Against NATO/G8 War & Poverty Agenda (CAN-G8.) Ash-har Quraishi has the latest.

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The NATO security perimeter around McCormick Place is disclosed. Does it protect protesters as well as NATO ministers? Carol Marin and her panel have the details.

Both Sides Agree to May 20 Route

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Andy Thayer

After a series of legal tussles, the city and NATO protest groups agreed to a protest march route for the first day of the international summit.

 
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Andy Thayer

Chicago denies a permit for anti-war protesters planning to march on the upcoming NATO summit. We talk with organizer Andy Thayer about how protesters still plan to take to the streets.

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Anti-NATO protesters will not be able to march through the Loop during the NATO summit in May, an administrative judge ruled Thursday.

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At an appeal hearing Tuesday, Chicago officials stood by their decision to deny protesters a permit to march through the Loop on the first day of the NATO summit.

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Andy Thayer

Andy Thayer is no stranger to controversy. He’s had a key role in organizing protests in Chicago.

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The G-8/NATO host committee is on the defensive as it lays out plans for the May events. Carol Marin and her panel have more.