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Photo and article about Hula Hoop Hawkins for Guv from syracuse.com

Hawkins has held news conferences all over the state on such topics as shutting down nuclear power plants and banning the planting of genetically modified crops. But his message is rarely broadcast beyond the audience in front of him.

His schedule includes stops such as a peace vigil in Saratoga, the Troy farmers market, a discussion on climate change at Cornell University and the picket line outside Mott’s apple-processing plant in Wayne County.

Last Sunday, he tried out a Hula Hoop at World Hoop Day at the Westcott Theater, where he knew there would be college students interested in his talk about climate change.

via Syracuse’s political also-ran Howie Hawkins gets his moment tonight in debate of governor candidates | syracuse.com.

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