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Paige Bridgens (left) and Joanne Montgomery, members of Feminist Action Mobilization, recently protested the proposed adult video store.

Adult video store plan divides Northampton

Free speech, tolerance at issue

By Jenna Russell
Globe Staff / September 25, 2006

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NORTHAMPTON -- Jendi Reiter and Adam Cohen have been called busybodies, Bible-pushers, and Communists since they started fighting to stop an adult video store from opening near their home on the edge of Northampton's cafe-studded downtown. (Full article: 913 words)

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