Latino Republicans Concerned About New Healthcare Plan

Latino Republicans Concerned About New Healthcare Plan

Latino Republicans Concerned About New Healthcare Plan By Suzanne Gamboa Florida congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, a Republican, says she’ll vote against the Obamacare replacement legislation that her party has crafted, at least as it is now written. Ros-Lehtinen’s main reasons: “too

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New Facebook Tool Could Curb Latina Suicides

New Facebook Tool Could Curb Latina Suicides

New Facebook Tool Could Help Prevent Latina Suicides By Robyn Moreno After a slate of horrifying and highly publicized suicides that were aired in real time on Facebook Live, the social media platform is responding with several new features that’ll

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Amazon Now Offered In Spanish

Amazon Now Offered In Spanish

Amazon Now Offered In Spanish By Ben Fox Rubin Amazon has started to roll out the first new language on Amazon.com since the original site’s creation over 20 years ago. A spokeswoman for the Seattle-based online retailer told CNET on

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Latinas And Cervical Cancer

Latinas And Cervical Cancer

Latinas And Cervical Cancer By Nichole Fratangelo A recent study found that cervical cancer is deadlier than we imagined. The research showed a much higher death rate, which investigators believe is due to them analyzing all women, including those who’ve

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Border Patrol Sees Dramatic Drop in Numbers’ Since Trump

Border Patrol Sees Dramatic Drop in Numbers’ Since Trump

Border Patrol Sees Dramatic Drop in Numbers’ Since Trump By Julio Ricardo Varela A week after it reported January apprehension and inadmissible entry statistics that showed a decrease from December, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) published its February data

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Latino Grandparents Are Becoming “Parents” Again

Latino Grandparents Are Becoming “Parents” Again

Latino Grandparents as Parents By Francisco Castro As she was getting ready to retire, Maria Isabel Garcia became a mom, again. After raising her four kids, she had to start rearing three more, one of whom was only a baby.

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U.S. Latino buying power higher than GDP of Mexico

U.S. Latino buying power higher than GDP of Mexico

U.S. Latino buying power higher than GDP of Mexico March 3, 2017 By Cindy Barth Latino buying power in the United States in 2016 was larger than the gross domestic product of Mexico, according to a new report from The

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Five Latinos Making a Mark in College Basketball

Five Latinos Making a Mark in College Basketball

by Gabe Salgado For many years, Latinos were few and far between in basketball. That began to change at the NBA level in the early 2000’s, and it didn’t take long for college basketball to follow suit. Today, Hispanic’s have

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Carmen Perez: “A Day Without Women” is an Opportunity for Latinas to Be Heard

Carmen Perez: “A Day Without Women” is an Opportunity for Latinas to Be Heard

By Barbara Gonzalez Carmen Perez: “A Day Without Women” is an Opportunity for Latinas to Raise Our Voices On March 8, we celebrate International Women’s Day across the globe. However, this year, the celebration will look a little bit different:

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Mexican American Legal Defense Fund Today

Mexican American Legal Defense Fund Today

By Raul A. Reyes and Geraldine Cols Azócar Mexican American Legal Defense Fund Today What’s it like to head up a Latino legal advocacy group amid President Donald Trump’s recent policies and others he’s promised to implement? Thomas A. Saenz,

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