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Topic - Linda Karp
A South Florida woman is standing her ground after a homeowners association demanded she remove a breast cancer awareness poster from inside her home.
"I want them to leave me alone. It's a pink ribbon. ... I'm not removing it," she said.
"I'm not offending anyone. My neighbors are all supportive of breast cancer. I don't know why they're not," she said.