Atlanta vendors kicked to the curb 

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'WORK NOT WELFARE': President of Atlanta Vendor Association Larry Miller (third from left) led last Saturday's protest in the shadow of the Final Four festivities.

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'WORK NOT WELFARE': President of Atlanta Vendor Association Larry Miller (third from left) led last Saturday's protest in the shadow of the Final Four festivities.

On March 28, Atlanta vendor Sameerah Yamini arrived at the Five Points MARTA station to set up shop and found Atlanta Police waiting to arrest her if she proceeded. The longtime vendor — she's been selling items at the location since 1997 —…

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