Opponents to the vision of progress offered by North Carolina's Republican leaders say they're stepping up the nonviolent demonstrations until they're heard.
On Monday, 30 people were arrested and charged with violating building rules, failure to disperse and second-degree trespassing. A demonstration last Monday led to 17 arrests.
Those arrested this week include members of the social justice group Raging Grannies, several university professors, and the son of state NAACP president Rev. William Barber.
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