CHICAGO (CBS) — Police arrested 10 protesters in the Loop on Monday, after they blocked traffic as part of a demonstration outside the Chicago headquarters of Exelon, the parent company of ComEd.

“They’re soaking us dry,” said Lora Chamberlain, one of a couple hundred demonstrators who took over the intersection of Madison and Dearborn early Monday afternoon.

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The protesters said Exelon receives too many tax loopholes from the state.

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“So I’m going to unroll my little sign that says a lot: ‘Tax Exelon, not us. No bailouts, no free rides. Exelon, pay up,'” Chamberlain said. “They need to pay their fair share, and they’re not.”

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The demonstrators danced in the intersection for several minutes. Those who didn’t clear the street when police ordered them to were arrested, as others chanted, “We’ve got your back.”