Capitol Arrests 

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Hundreds of people gathered on the Capitol grounds Saturday to protest Dominion's plan to dump treated coal ash wastewater in the James River. After listening to speakers at the Bell Tower, protestors marched through downtown streets and back to the Capitol grounds, where dozens occupied the Capitol steps. 8 people were arrested.
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After marching through the streets, protestors occupied the Capitol steps.
Caroline Connolly listens to speakers at the Capitol Bell Tower.
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Capitol police arrest a protestor.
Protestors occupy the Capitol steps.
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Protestors march across the Capitol grounds.
Dozens of protestors were holding homemade signs and umbrellas denouncing Dominion's plan.
Protestors cross Main Street and march toward the Capitol.
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Protestors march past the Dominion offices on Cary Street.
Theresa Vogel locks arms with other protestors on the steps of the Capitol. She was one of the eight arrested.
Jason Lambert of Roanoke.
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Protestors marching down Cary Street near the Dominion offices.
Protestors listen to speakers at the Bell Tower.
Protestors listen to speakers at the Bell Tower, where the rally started.
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Protestors carrying homemade signs march through the downtown streets.
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State police officers provide a barrier along the Capitol steps.
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Suzanne Shaver kneels in protest as state police officers secure the Capitol.
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After marching through the streets, protestors occupied the Capitol steps.

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