Dozens of student protesters who refused to leave the state capital of California were arrested last night.
The protesters were handcuffed with plastic ties and lead out of the area. About 40 students were in the Capital Building after it was closed.
Officers had threatened to arrest them and about 100 officers responded to the disturbance.
The students are upset with the high cost of college tuition.
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