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Why are the liberals of Takoma Park suing to protect a piece of asphalt?

April 30, 2021

Takoma Park is one of those places rich for snark. An enclave of families, hippies and Washington’s do-gooders who cleanse their souls of government work at hot yoga and nourish their morality at the natural food co-op, the suburb of D.C. declared itself a nuclear-weapons-free zone in the 1980s and recently gave their 16-year-olds the right to vote in city elections. “Sure, The People’s Republic of Takoma Park,” said Andrew Strongin, a 54-year-old attorney who buzzes over to the co-op on his bumble-bee-yellow scooter. “It’s who we are.”

Article Source: Washington Post

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