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Dozens Arrested as Part of DACA Protest in Downtown Indy

Protesters gathered outside the office of Sen. Joe Donnelly Tuesday morning.

INDIANAPOLIS -- Dozens of arrests were made at a DACA protest in downtown Indianapolis Tuesday morning.

A multi-faith group showed up outside of Senator Joe Donnelly's office Tuesday for a press conference about their support for funding for DACA and the Dreamers in the state of Indiana and the country as a whole.

The group then formed a human chain across the intersection toward the Statehouse, blocking traffic illegally. 

Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers cordially requested the group disperse, and when they did not, began making peaceful arrests.

(Photo by Stephanie Wade/RTV6/@stephmwade.)

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