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The parade organizing committee said they caught members ofRhode Island Tea Party handing out flyers along this year's paraderoute, which is a violation of the rules, even after beingwarned.
However, Tea Party members maintain they didn't hand outanything and they're being singled out.
"He just said you people, we should have never let you people inthe parade in the first place. You people are horrible," recalledRhode Island Tea Party treasurer Marian Peterson.
RI Tea Party is the group responsible for organizing
Peterson said the committee is confusing its members with peoplewho were walking beside the group's float handing out copies of theU.S. Constitution.
"They were there to support us, but they were not with us,"Peterson said.
Peterson also said the enforcement of the hand-out rule seemedto be arbitrary, claiming other parade participants were handingout flyers with no repercussions.
Parade organizers denied that claim.
The organizing committee said it prohibits handing out anythingon the route because spectators who run up to floats could beinjured.
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