Green cards go up in favor of a speaker who took aim at U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo’s stand on LGBTQ rights at a town hall meeting Feb. 24 in Long Beach.
Green cards go up in favor of a speaker who took aim at U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo’s stand on LGBTQ rights at a town hall meeting Feb. 24 in Long Beach. Paul Hampton jphampton@sunherald.com file
Green cards go up in favor of a speaker who took aim at U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo’s stand on LGBTQ rights at a town hall meeting Feb. 24 in Long Beach. Paul Hampton jphampton@sunherald.com file

Looks like no Palazzo at another town hall

April 18, 2017 3:44 PM

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