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(AP) Hundreds of chanting and cheering protesters have streamed back into the Michigan Capitol after receiving a court order saying that the building must reopen.


The pro-union crowd walked in as lawmakers were debating right-to-work legislation limiting union powers. The Republican-led House subsequently passed the bill with no Democratic support.


They rejoined other protesters who were in the building when police temporarily closed it hours earlier because of safety concerns.


State police Inspector Gene Adamczyk says a judge ordered the Capitol reopened and authorities did so despite safety concerns.


Many of the protesters chanted Whose house? Our house! and stomped as they ringed the Rotunda.


Police earlier arrested eight people who tried to run into the Senate while it was in session.


Associated Press
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