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(KSL News) Tuesday's inauguration of President Barack Obama drew an estimated 1.8 million people, and today city workers are trying to pick up more than 130 tons of trash left by all those who witnessed history.
This inauguration was the biggest in history, and consequently came with the largest price tag.
Mark Seagraves is an investigative reporter with our sister radio station in Washington: WTOP. He joined us tonight to discuss what the ceremony and celebration will end up costing taxpayers.
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