People cheer as they listen to speakers gathered outside the Snohomish County courthouse in Everett during a rally to protest the 1-year anniversary of the inauguration of President Donald Trump on Saturday. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

People cheer as they listen to speakers gathered outside the Snohomish County courthouse in Everett during a rally to protest the 1-year anniversary of the inauguration of President Donald Trump on Saturday. (Ian Terry / The Herald)

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