I had missed this story that ran in Thursday's Post and Courier.
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On President Barack Obama's first day in office some 100 people gathered in Concord Park to call for immigration reform.
The Post and Courier quotes Diana Salazar, president of the Latino Association of Charleston, sponsor of the event:
Obama said he would do his best for immigration in his first 100 days. We're asking him to keep that commitment.
The story is a good, brief read. Go read it