Occupy Movement

2:43pm

Thu December 15, 2011
Occupy Denver

Denver Police Chief Meets with Occupy Protesters

Denver Police Chief Robert White met with Occupy Denver protesters personally in Civic Center Park Thursday afternoon.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

Facing yet another eviction, Occupy Denver protesters vowed to continue camping in Civic Center Park after a brief meeting between the city's new police chief.

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4:08pm

Mon December 12, 2011
Politics

Police Make Arrests at Occupy Protest in Loveland

Grace Hood

Police arrested or cited more than a dozen protesters outside a Loveland Wal-Mart Distribution Center today. The bulk of the arrests came after demonstrators attempted to block a truck’s exit around 1 pm.

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5:00am

Mon December 12, 2011
Politics

Occupy Movement Comes to Loveland, Wal-Mart is Focal Point

Kirk Siegler

The Occupy Denver movement will focus its efforts in Loveland today, demonstrating outside a Wal-Mart distribution center. It’s part of a larger nationwide effort today that will target the West Coast’s shipping ports.

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4:09pm

Wed December 7, 2011
Occupy Denver

Judge Deals 'Occupy Denver' Set Back

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock addressed the lawsuit at a brief news conference at City Hall Wednesday.
Photo by Kirk Siegler

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says he’s pleased that a federal judge has denied a temporary restraining order against the city sought by Occupy Denver protesters. 

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10:14am

Wed December 7, 2011
News

Joining Forces With The Left, Occupy Swarms Capitol

Hundreds of demonstrators marched on Capitol Hill Tuesday to occupy the offices of their members of Congress during the "Take Back the Capitol" protest in Washington, DC. On Wednesday, they plan to target K Street.
Chip Somodevilla Getty Images

After bringing their grievances to the doors of Congress on Tuesday, protesters from across the nation plan to take aim at Washington's other vilified powerbrokers: lobbyists.

By lunchtime on Wednesday, storied K Street, which is home to the lobbying arms of many large corporations and industries, is expected to be choked with as many as 3,000 community activists, unemployed protesters, union members and Occupy Wall Street participants.

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