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Inauguration-attendance

Marvin Lyman figured it would be a breeze to fill two charter buses to go from Missouri to Washington for President Barack Obama's inauguration, just as it was four years ago. 'Right now it looks like a group right at 18, so we're coming,' says Lyman, co-owner of Papa Lew's soul food restaurant in Kansas City, Missouri. 'In 2009, we had 106 people, we had two 55-passenger buses. It's definitely not like the first time.' (Jill Toyashiba/Kansas City Star/MCT via Getty Images)
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Marvin Lyman figured it would be a breeze to fill two charter buses to go from Missouri to Washington for President Barack Obama's inauguration, just as it was four years ago. 'Right now it looks like a group right at 18, so we're coming,' says Lyman, co-owner of Papa Lew's soul food restaurant in Kansas City, Missouri. 'In 2009, we had 106 people, we had two 55-passenger buses. It's definitely not like the first time.' (Jill Toyashiba/Kansas City Star/MCT via Getty Images)
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January 15, 2013
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