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    Refugee supporters and opponents of the refugee program protested at the Idaho Statehouse Saturday. Though the two groups often shouted over each other, the rally ended peacefully, with the two groups shaking hands and some even hugging.

Refugee supporters and opponents of the refugee program protested at the Idaho Statehouse Saturday. Though the two groups often shouted over each other, the rally ended peacefully, with the two groups shaking hands and some even hugging. Erin Fenner efenner@idahostatesman.com, @erinfenner
Refugee supporters and opponents of the refugee program protested at the Idaho Statehouse Saturday. Though the two groups often shouted over each other, the rally ended peacefully, with the two groups shaking hands and some even hugging. Erin Fenner efenner@idahostatesman.com, @erinfenner

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