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MADISON (WKOW) -- Capitol Police say they'll open two additional entrances at the Capitol next week, in anticipation of large crowds for the debate of Gov. Walker's state budget.
Beginning Monday, June 13, you'll be able to enter the building through the East Washington Ave. and West Washington Ave. entrances. The North Hamilton St. and Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. doors will also remain open.
Police also want to remind anyone who visits the Capitol of a few rules:
The following items are not allowed inside the Capitol:
Signs on sticks
Bull horns, whistles, drums and other noise makers
Tape for posting signs
Tents and/or sleeping bags
The following items are allowed inside the Capitol:
Bottles of water
Signs (not on sticks and signs cannot be posted on the Capitol walls)
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