Broward County Mayor Sue Gunzburger -- without any great objection from her fellow commissioners -- has issued a proclamation declaring this Saturday "Occupy Fort Lauderdale Day" and "encourag[ing] all Broward residents to work together to bring about a stronger, better, and fairer America for our future generations."
Meeting with some of the organizational team of the Occupy Fort Lauderdale group, at their new base camp in Equality Park, Wilton Manors. As Broward County Mayor, I wanted to express my support for the important "Occupy Wall Street" fight...
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