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    Hatem Abudayyeh, national chair of the U.S. Palestinian Community Network, speaks during a news conference following a hearing on the March on the DNC Coalition's lawsuit on June 6, 2024. [Michael McDevitt/The Daily Line]

    An attorney representing three groups suing the city after they were denied permits to protest the Democratic National Convention said the city seems open to negotiating a resolution to the lawsuit. 

    The city is being sued by the Chicago Alliance against Racist and Political Repression, Anti-War Committee-Chicago and Students for a Democratic Society at UIC — three groups from the Coalition to March on the DNC that were denied permits to march to the United Center this August. The city suggested an alternate route through Grant Park, which the groups oppose as it isn’t “within sight and sound” of the convention attendees and media covering the event.

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