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D.C. frustration felt on Gainesville square

Area residents gripe about political impasses in Congress

POSTED: October 27, 2013 12:02 a.m.

On a sunny, crisp fall day in the Gainesville square, with a singer strumming out tunes on his acoustic guitar, the setting seemed too serene for gritty, political talk, especially in the wake of partisan finger-pointing and rhetoric from the nation’s capital.


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