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The country’s deep division is evident as supporters and opponents of the incoming administration plan parties around the inauguration, including a pro-Trump “Deploraball” and a “Peace Ball: Voices of Hope and Resistance.” We’ll discuss what these events say about the political divide and where there might be common ground – and the questions these events raise about public accommodations law.
- Andy Shallal Owner, Busboys and Poets; Chair, District of Columbia Workforce Investment Council
- Sasha Samberg-Champion Counsel, Relman, Dane & Colfax PLLC
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