Joel Rufino, 77, waved a U.S. flag at an immigration reform rally at Triangle Park on Wednesday. About 300 people from across the state turned out for the event.  Photo by Pablo Alcal&aacute | Staff
Joel Rufino, 77, waved a U.S. flag at an immigration reform rally at Triangle Park on Wednesday. About 300 people from across the state turned out for the event. Photo by Pablo Alcal&aacute | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader
Joel Rufino, 77, waved a U.S. flag at an immigration reform rally at Triangle Park on Wednesday. About 300 people from across the state turned out for the event. Photo by Pablo Alcal&aacute | Staff Lexington Herald-Leader

Hundreds attend immigration reform rally in Triangle Park

April 10, 2013 04:34 PM

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