Morrisville Town Councilman Steve Rao moderates a panel discussion featuring John Pinnix, past president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and Giles Shih, CEO of BioResource International, in Morrisville on June 9 during an event on immigration reform.
Morrisville Town Councilman Steve Rao moderates a panel discussion featuring John Pinnix, past president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and Giles Shih, CEO of BioResource International, in Morrisville on June 9 during an event on immigration reform. aspecht@newsobserver.com
Morrisville Town Councilman Steve Rao moderates a panel discussion featuring John Pinnix, past president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and Giles Shih, CEO of BioResource International, in Morrisville on June 9 during an event on immigration reform. aspecht@newsobserver.com

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