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Immigrant Healthcare is a National Concern

by Victor Landa | Wed, Apr 13, 2011 at 16:43 CST
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Meg Whitman: GOP Must Change On Immigration

From NewsTaco, where this blog was first published. Meg Whitman speaks from experience, coming from an unsuccessful gubernatorial campaign in a large Latino influenced state. She spoke to a crowd in Dallas, Texas, at a George W. Bush Institute conference on the … Read More

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5 Things to Know About Utah’s Immigration Model

From NewsTaco, where this blog was first published. News last week that the Arizona state senate had rejected five stringent anti-immigrant bills seemed to signal a turning point in the fear-the-immigrant narrative that has been spreading across the country from the … Read More

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AZ Senate Eliminates Spanish Election Material

From NewsTaco, where this story was first published. So this really isn’t about immigrants, undocumented or not. The folks in power in Arizona don’t want anything in their state that doesn’t look or sound like they do. This recent vote in the … Read More

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Few Latinos in US Military Top Ranks

From NewsTaco, where this blog was first published. According to an independent report prepared for the US Congress there is a need for more and better integration at the highest levels of the US military. The report counted senior officers … Read More

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Latinos as Political Game Changers

From NewsTaco, where this blog was first published. My friend Henry Flores, who teaches political science at St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, said something startling to me. The midterm election was an aberration. The result was due to low voter turn out. Not only that, if things … Read More

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How Latinos Are Redefining America

From NewsTaco, where this story was first published. A correction I find myself making often, especially to those who don’t agree with my particular point of view, is that the term Latino does not refer to a race. Some people … Read More

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