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Some Latino House Members Excluded From A Meeting With ICE That They Requested

Some Latino House Members Excluded From A Meeting With ICE That They Requested

Some Latino House Members Excluded From A Meeting With ICE That They Requested By Elise Foley wo Democratic representatives say Republicans kicked them out of a meeting with Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Thursday after the agency canceled a planned

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Only Latino Doctor in Congress, Troubled By Health Plan

Only Latino Doctor in Congress, Troubled By Health Plan

Only Latino Doctor in Congress, Troubled By Health Plan by Suzanne Gamboa Rep. Raul Ruiz is the only Latino physician out of 15 doctors in Congress. Also a member of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce, which has jurisdiction

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City of Phoenix Talks Immigration Enforcement in Schools

City of Phoenix Talks Immigration Enforcement in Schools

City of Phoenix Talks Immigration Enforcement in Schools By Ellen O’Brien An ad hoc subcommittee of the Phoenix City Council met Friday morning to discuss possible responses by the City to President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration and refugees.

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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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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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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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First Latina Senator’s Bill Attempts To Rescind Trump Deportations

First Latina Senator’s Bill Attempts To Rescind Trump Deportations

By Liz Goodwin First Latina Senator’s Bill Attempts To Rescind Trump Deportations Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto, a freshman senator from Nevada and the body’s first-ever Latina member, aimed her maiden bill squarely at President Trump. The bill rescinded Trump’s executive

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First Latino To Lead DNC

First Latino To Lead DNC

First Ever Latino Head of Democratic Party Over the weekend at the DNC’s Winter Meeting in Atlanta, DNC members from across the country elected Tom Perez, the first ever Latino, to serve as Chair of the DNC. Chair Tom Perez

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We Are All American – Silent March for Peace with Faith Leaders

We Are All American – Silent March for Peace with Faith Leaders

(TEMPE) Valley-based faith leaders will join community and immigrants activists for the ‘We Are All America – Silent March for Peace’ in support of Muslims, refugees, immigrants on Friday, Feb. 3, in Tempe. “Our ability to embrace one another despite

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Obama Says Goodbye, Urges Unity

Obama Says Goodbye, Urges Unity

By Lorin McLain Present Obama left the nation with a message coupled with hope and warning in his farewell address this week. America’s 44th president took the opportunity to note his accomplishments and ultimately his legacy, and also warned of

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