Anti-war marchers in Chappaqua call for troop pullout

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Dozens of anti-war protestors marched Tuesday in Senator Hillary Clinton?s (D) hometown to call for the immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq.

Protestors carried signs and cardboard coffins covered with U.S. flags. Some want Clinton to vote against appropriations that they believe are funding the war in Iraq. At least one protestor said she didn?t feel right celebrating the holiday when soldiers are in harm?s way.

More than 2,500 soldiers have been killed since the war began.

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