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Taking A Train From Chicago To D.C. For Obama's Big Day

Jan 21, 2013 (Morning Edition) — A group of women traveled 18 hours by train from Chicago to Washington, D.C., for Inauguration Day. We hear about why they and others decided to attend this year's festivities, which fall on Martin Luther King Day.

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