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(Portland, OR)  --  Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler says Saturday's weather was worse and the crowd on hand was many times greater, but the Women's March on Portland was peaceful.  Wheeler says it was a much different atmosphere than that on Friday, when protesters resisted police efforts to block access to highways and bridges, threw objects at officers, and prompted police to wear riot gear and use pepper spray and tear gas.  Organizers estimate 100-thousand people participated in the Woman's March on Portland, and similar events across the Northwest also drew thousands.  Each of the events was also reported to be incident-free.

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