JaMichael and Chanté Perryman and their daughter Zoe, 2, held signs during a rally and maternity fair at Triangle Park in Lexington on Monday.
JaMichael and Chanté Perryman and their daughter Zoe, 2, held signs during a rally and maternity fair at Triangle Park in Lexington on Monday. Herald-Leader
JaMichael and Chanté Perryman and their daughter Zoe, 2, held signs during a rally and maternity fair at Triangle Park in Lexington on Monday. Herald-Leader

Lexington rally supports choices for child birth

September 02, 2013 05:12 PM

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