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Photos: Tax March L.A. Draws Thousands To Downtown

A protestor at the Women's March in January. (Photo by Julia Wick/LAist)
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Thousands of people have descended on downtown L.A. Saturday to march for the release of President Trump's tax returns. The Tax March is occurring in cities across the country in response to KellyAnne Conway's comments in January, when she insisted the American people don't care about Trump's tax returns. L.A. has had a very strong display of civic activism since Election Day in 2016, and it appears today's march continues the trend.

The march began at 11 AM at Pershing Square and speakers include US Rep Ted Lieu, State Sen Mike McGuire, US Rep Brad Sherman, and County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl.

Here are some of the best shots of the protest so far:

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