Binders full of women… and two women bound

Goodman, Amy
October 2012
Athens News;10/22/2012, p8
The article focuses on U.S. Green Party's presidential candidate Jill Stein and Cheri Honkal, a nominee for the position of vice president of the Green Party, who have been arrested by the U.S. police. It mentions that they were handcuffed while trying to get to presidential debate at the Hofstra University in New York. It informs that the presidential debate was controlled by the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD).


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