A group called the Raging Grannies staged a rally in May in Eugene, Ore., against fast-track approval of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
A group called the Raging Grannies staged a rally in May in Eugene, Ore., against fast-track approval of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. File photo by Paul Carter The Associated Press
A group called the Raging Grannies staged a rally in May in Eugene, Ore., against fast-track approval of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. File photo by Paul Carter The Associated Press

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