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Nearly 3,000 demonstrators gather in Huntington Beach after city vows legal action against state’s order to close beaches

More than 2,500 protestors accumulated in Huntington Beach Friday, after the city declared it would seek after lawful activity against California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s organization to close Orange County sea shores.

The Huntington Beach City Council casted a ballot 5-2 Thursday night to guide the city lawyer to seek after “any legitimate activities important to challenge the State’s sea shore conclusion mandate.” On Friday, an appointed authority would not give an impermanent controlling request, which means the senator’s organization to close down sea shores stays set up.

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