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|Tuesday, May 18, 2010|
Protesters gathered at Intel's Beaverton campus yesterday to protest the company's use of minerals imported from the Congo and other war-torn countries.
The protesters claim that Intel is hampering an effort to stop U.S. imports from conflict zones by donating to certain industry political action committees.
Read the article at Willamette Week.
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