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President Bush Spoke Last Night, LA Speaks Today.

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Last night, Bush announced the increase of 20,000 troops for Iraq.

Today, Los Angeles will protest in at least 19 places around the city.

From Ventura to Encino to Claremont to Redondo Beach to Orange, the Los Angeles Independent Media Center brings you the list of where to be.

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