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Saturday, May 31st 2003, we joined several other groups to protest the passing of the so called RAVE act. Among the groups there were:

DANCEmusic, DanceSafe (www.dancesafe.org), EMDEF - the Electronic Music Defense and Education Fund (www.emdef.org), NextAid (www.nextaid.org), the American Civil Liberties Union, (www.aclu.org), Dance For Peace, Rock The Vote (www.rockthevote.org)

For more information please contact Susan Mainzer at Green Galactic, susan@greengalactic.com.




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