Wall Street protesters occupy White Plains

It's been nearly a month since widespread protests against alleged corporate greed started springing up around the nation, and with protesters rallying in White Plains today, the movement shows no signs of stopping. Instead, their signs call for Congress to tackle unemployment, changes to U.S. financial regulations and heartier taxes on the nation's wealthiest citizens. Today, dozens rallied outside Rep. Nita Lowey's (D-Harrison) White Plains office, demanding action. Lowey was in Washington, D.C. today, but responded in a statement: "The movement reflects the real and justifiable frustration of Americans who are struggling to make ends meet. We must ensure that every American has the opportunity to afford an education, find a good job and build a secure retirement."Wall Street protesters suspicious of plan to clean up parkOccupy Wall Street protests continue, spread to Nyack

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