Signing autographs along the way, a group of Catholic nuns is taking a road trip across America to stand up for the poor.
The "Nuns on the Bus" arrives at the state capitol in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on June 28. The religious group which is traveling by bus across the US is protesting proposed federal budgets cuts that would affect poor families.
The media-savvy "Nuns on the Bus" tour kicked off in the midwestern state of Iowa on June 17 and is making a slew of stops around the country to convey concern about social injustice.
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