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The Occupy D.C. movement, which for three months has been encamped in a downtown park, is facing a crossroads, with its numbers dwindling, federal officials questioning why its members have not been removed and its organizers attempting to recapture the momentum of its earlier days.
"We are good for [President Obama] in D.C.," he said.
Occupier Antoinette Hernan, 23, said that in the three months since demonstrators began the protest, there's been a pattern of highs and lows in the camp, and right now things are on the lower end of the spectrum.