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Alabama Tea Party members head to Washington D.C. for rally

WETUMPKA, AL (WBRC) - Tea party supporters from Alabama are on their way to Washington DC this weekend.

Members of the Wetumpka Tea Party will be among the thousands in the nation's capitol.

FOX News channel personality Glenn Beck has organized the event called the "Restorning Honor Rally." It is billed as a non-political event that is aimed at honoring America's service members.

The Alabama Tea Party members say they will also focus the values of America's founding.

The Wetumpka Tea Party chapter is also chartering buses for the march on DC in two weeks.

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