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One organizer said there’s a “constant attack on our civil liberties that is keeping people very engaged. We’re going to be out there.”
Mayor Bill Peduto tweeted that; let’s go to the results.
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Two groups are marching today in Pittsburgh.
The Tax March is one of more than 100 happening across the country Saturday.
The March for Health is Saturday near Pitt.
|What||The nationwide March for Health is Saturday, and Pittsburgh's begins at Flagstaff Hill before moving to the Cathedral of Learning. Locally, the march is being organized by Pittsburghers for America. Founding member Dr. Nancy McBride will speak, as will other physicians. Members of the community are also encouraged to share stories about the Affordable Care Act.|
|Where||Flagstaff Hill in Schenley Park|
|When||April 1, 2017 at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm|