Waynesboro: Traveling museum on Bush years to stop downtown

Story by Chris Graham
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A museum on wheels dedicated to the legacy, such that it is, of the George W. Bush years will be in Waynesboro on Friday.

The Bush Legacy Bus will make a stop at the Democratic Committee Election Headquarters in Willow Oak Plaza from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. The 45-foot, 28-ton bus features several interactive exhibits providing information on the failed policies of the Bush administration and its allies in Congress.

The Washington, D.C.,-based progressive advocacy group Americans United for Change has taken the traveling museum on a 40-state, 20,000-mile journey across the United States since it left the nation’s capital on June 24.

More information on the tour is available online at www.bushlegacytour.com.

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