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ThursdayJanuary 26, 2012

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Actor Armie Hammer Arrested in Border Drug Bust

Actor Armie Hammer Arrested in Border Drug Bust

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Actor Armie Hammer, famous for his roles in “J. Edgar” and the “Social Network” was arrested in Sierra Blanca, Texas on drug-related charges.

According to E! Online, police in West Texas arrested Hammer after drug-sniffing dog encountered .02 ounces of marijuana, three marijuana-laced cookies and one brownie in his car last November. Hammer spent the night in jail and was released on $1,000 bond. The district attorney has no plans to prosecute because the law would require more than 4 ounces of marijuana for a felony charge.

There is the possibility that prosecutors could pursue lesser charges, but so far nothing has been presented. 

Sierra Blanca, Texas is a small border town, approximately 15 miles from the Mexican border.  With only 500 or so residents, most of which are Latinos - we wonder what Armie was doing there?  The November 30th report is just coming out now and was originally reported by the AP news wire.

 

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Oscar-Nominated Demian Bichir of “A Better Life” Confident Obama Will See the Film

Oscar-Nominated Demian Bichir of “A Better Life” Confident Obama Will See the Film

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Mexico’s Demian Bichir told a press conference here he is confident the media stir caused by his best actor Oscar nomination for the immigration drama “A Better Life” will prompt U.S. President Barack Obama to see the film and make a renewed push for immigration reform.

“I hope that with this commotion, Obama ... will see the film and it will move him and make him put this issue a few rungs higher” on the agenda, Bichir said in Mexico City.

The 48-year-old actor learned early Tuesday that he will be vying for best actor honors at the Feb. 26 Oscar gala in Los Angeles.

His rivals for the award include Hollywood heavyweights George Clooney, for “The Descendants,” and Brad Pitt, nominated for “Moneyball.”

Despite his joy over the recognition, Bichir said the Oscar nomination itself matters less than the possibility that the nod will inspire more people to see the film.

The actor said that while Obama has not kept a promise to pass immigration reform in his first term, a Republican victory in the Nov. 6 presidential election would eliminate any chance of relief for the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States.

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Selena Gomez Could Produce and Act in Upcoming “The Sky is Everywhere” Based on Jandy Nelson’s Novel

Selena Gomez Could Produce and Act in Upcoming “The Sky is Everywhere” Based on Jandy Nelson’s Novel

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Now that her Disney Channel series has ended, Selena Gomez has more time to focus on other projects, and it appears her next may be the film adaptation of The Sky is Everywhere.

Based on Jandy Nelson’s novel, The Sky Is Everywhere follows a young band geek who loses her older sister then falls for two guys, one of which was her sister’s boyfriend. The lead, Lennie Walker, would be played by Gomez, who is also rumored to have signed on as a producer.

“Wizards of Waverly Place” ended earlier this month after more than 100 episodes, but the young Latina already has acting gigs lined up. She’s scheduled to begin shooting “Spring Breakers” early this year, and she has also been linked to a film titled, “Hot Mess.”

In the last few years, the singer/actress has successfully toured with her band Selena Gomez and the Scene, and her love life seems to always be in the news, as she is dating the uber-famous Justin Bieber.

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AZ Latino Candidate Forced to Withdraw Due to Poor English Skills

AZ Latino Candidate Forced to Withdraw Due to Poor English Skills

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Alejandrina Cabrera, a candidate for city council in San Luis, Arizona, was forced to withdraw from the election because of her lack of fluency in English, the Yuma Sun reported Thursday.

Yuma County Superior Court Judge John Nelson on Wednesday evening, after a lengthy court session, ordered that Cabrera’s name be removed from the ballots for the municipal election in March.

Nelson ruled that Cabrera is incapable of carrying out the public duties of the post she was running for because she does not speak English well enough, coming to that decision after analyzing the conclusions of an expert in socio-linguistics who said that despite her efforts the candidate had not achieved an acceptable level of fluency.

Arizona state laws establish that a person in public office must speak English, but Cabrera’s lawyer argued that the standards for English fluency are not precisely defined.

The legal proceedings were begun after San Luis Mayor Juan Carlos Escamilla in December asked for Cabrera’s level of English fluency to be officially determined.

The candidate, who has been very critical of Escamilla, acknowledged during the hearing that she speaks “little English,” but she said that it is enough for her to be able to perform adequately in the post for which she was running.

Escamilla, who went to the same high school as Cabrera, said in an interview with local television that he is not 100 percent fluent in English himself, but he can get by well and can “write, read and speak very well.”

In San Luis, which is on the border with Mexico, more than 90 percent of the population is Hispanic and the language used in a large portion of the local households is Spanish, according to Census data.

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Playboy Model Who Claims De La Hoya “Took Advantage” of Her Asking for $5 Million

Playboy Model Who Claims De La Hoya “Took Advantage” of Her Asking for $5 Million

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The Playboy model accusing boxing Olympian Oscar De La Hoya of assaulting her is asking for an apology and $5 million.

Angelica Marie Cecora and her attorney spoke to reporters outside a Manhattan courthouse Wednesday, and state that because De La Hoya “took advantage” of her in “every way possible,” he should have to apologize to her.

Cecora has stated that when she first met the retired boxer he came across as a “genuine person” but that things quickly changed and “got out of control.”

ImageSince taking De La Hoya to court, the 25-year-old model has described the alleged assault in detail, painting the picture of a drug-fueled night of bizarre and perhaps frightening sexual mischief.

At the press conference, Cecora’s lawyer also accused De La Hoya of attempting to cover up the incident.

The boxer, who turns 39 next week, is being sued for assault, battery, false imprisonment, and intentional infliction of emotional distress.

Cecora claims that as a result of the incident she has been unable to get a modeling gig.

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Gov. Brewer and President Obama Butt Heads in Arizona

Gov. Brewer and President Obama Butt Heads in Arizona

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Following an exchange of with President Obama, Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s book sales on Amazon jumped 150 percent in just one day.

As the President landed in the troubled Arizona, he was met by the controversial Gov. Brewer, and he gave her an earful.

In her book, “Scorpions for Breakfast,” Brewer calls the President “patronizing”, which resembles remarks she made after their last meeting in 2010, in which she said he was “condescending.”

After the President landed at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport he spoke with Gov. Brewer who later told reporters, “He was a little disturbed about my book. I said to him that I have all the respect in the world for the office of the president.” She added, “The book is what the book is.”

During the Wednesday meeting, Brewer gave President Obama a handwritten letter in which she asked to speak with him about an Arizona comeback.

In recent years, the state of Arizona has fallen into serious financial trouble, compounded by the fact that state funds have (partially) been used in defense of lawsuits filed against the Obama administration. The lawsuits claim the administration has failed to enforce immigration laws or appropriately monitor the state’s border with Mexico.

Though the President said he would not oppose another meeting, as requested in Brewer’s letter, he did point out that their last meeting in the Oval Officer would later be inaccurately represented in “Scorpions for Breakfast.”

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WATCH VIDEO: Dominican Woman’s Stomach on Verge of Exploding from Dieting

WATCH VIDEO: Dominican Woman’s Stomach on Verge of Exploding from Dieting

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Katy Paulino, a 25 year old woman from the Dominican Republic, yearns for her son and life back.  After taking weight loss pills to get in shape, Katy began having health problems.  Her abdomen began to grow and is now putting her life in danger. 

Katy began taking an unregistered pill, referred to as ‘Chinese Pills’, to lose weight.  She shed weight quickly while taking these pills.  However, soon her stomach began to fill with an unknown liquid and started to consume her body.  As a result, Katy became bedridden and was forced to send her 8 year old son to live with his father, as she is unable to take care of him in her current state. 

Her mother and caretaker, Ana Cristina Paulino, does not have the resources to bring Katy for her weekly treatment and costly protein supplement.  Her long-term health prognosis is not known.

If you’d like to help Katy and her family, please call 809 816 0100 or 809 414 6676.


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Flashin’ Cash: Chavez’ Daughter Posts Photos Holding U.S. Money, Venezuelans Outraged

Flashin’ Cash: Chavez’ Daughter Posts Photos Holding U.S. Money, Venezuelans Outraged

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The daughter of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has caused quite a stir after posting a photo of herself holding a number of low-denomination U.S. bills.

Rosines, 14, posted the photo of herself with the cash on Instagram and in doing so embarrassed her father who has long claimed the U.S. and its capitalist ways are the scourge of the earth.

In recent years, Chavez’s government has worked to control the sale of U.S. dollars in Venezuela in an attempt to keep investors from taking their money out of the country, As a result, the government has been limiting the number of dollars each person can purchase in a year.

By posting the photo, Rosines outraged Venezuelans who say the U.S. dollar policy is just an attempt by the government to keep a tight hold on residents.

In Venezuela, people have to go through the government to purchase dollars and are often unable to buy as much as they need or want.

The First Daughter’s photo posed an interesting question however: Why is it so easy for Chavez’s family and friends to obtain American dollars, but so difficult for everyone else?

Since posting the photo, “Rosinesing” has begun with many taking to Twitter and Instagram to post photos of themselves holding up items or other money to cover half of their face as the teen did in her photo.
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Jeb Bush Reminds Republicans ‘We Need Hispanic Vote’

Jeb Bush Reminds Republicans ‘We Need Hispanic Vote’

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Latino voters “will represent the margin of victory” in key states in this year’s elections, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush reminded his fellow Republicans in a Washington Post op-ed.

The 58-year-old younger brother of former President George W. Bush, long seen as a strong potential contender for the White House, has opted to sit out the 2012 contest.

Jeb Bush, who governed Florida from 1999-2007, has also refrained from endorsing any of the Republican hopefuls.

“In the 15 states that are likely to decide who controls the White House and the Senate in 2013, Hispanic voters will represent the margin of victory,” Bush wrote.

The significance of the Latino vote has come to the fore as GOP voters in Florida - which has large Hispanic population - prepare to go the polls next Tuesday to cast ballots for Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum or Ron Paul.

“For the Republican Party, the stakes could not be greater,” Bush said in the Post. “Just eight years after the party’s successful effort to woo Hispanic voters in 2004, this community - the fastest-growing group in the United States, according to census data - has drifted away.”

Bush, whose wife is from Mexico, urged Republicans to recognize the diversity of the U.S. Hispanic community, which includes Mexicans, Puerto Rican, Cubans and “many others.”

“Some came here 50 years ago to make a better life; others came last year. Some have lots of education, some have none,” the former Florida governor wrote.

Even so, he added, “there are common features and dreams across this community.”

“(W)e need to think of immigration reform as an economic issue, not just a border security issue,” Bush said, calling for policies to ensure “that new Americans can apply their talents here and succeed.”

“And when they come, as surely they will, we must welcome them, no matter whether they speak Spanish or Creole or Portuguese,” Bush insisted.

The front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination, former Massachusetts Gov. Romney, has recently aligned himself with staunch opponents of illegal immigration, while his chief rival, former House Speaker Gingrich, takes a more conciliatory tone on the issue.

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Mexican Woman Whose Transplant Heart Fell on the Ground is Doing Well (VIDEO)

Mexican Woman Whose Transplant Heart Fell on the Ground is Doing Well (VIDEO)

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When Erika Hernandez heard that a match had been found and that she would be getting a much needed heart, she was ecstatic. However, she may not know her heart was laying on the ground just moments before the transplant surgery.

After the surgery, Erika’s doctor, Dr. Jaime Saldivar, told reporters that his patient was not yet aware that en route to the hospital her donor heart had fallen out of the cooler.

The transport began with a tragic car accident that claimed the life of 20-year-old Rafael Gomez in Guanajuanto. Being a donor and a match, the man’s heart was put on ice in a cooler and headed the 280 miles to Mexico City where Erika, 28, and her doctors were waiting.

From the originating hospital, the heart traveled by ambulance to a plane, and then to a helicopter. The transport was going off without a hitch until a medic stumbled and knocked the lid off the cooler containing the heart. The heart, which was thankfully wrapped in protective plastic, then fell out and landed on the ground.

Video of the incident shows medics quickly picking it up and pushing it back into the cooler before continuing into the hospital where Erika was being prepped for the life-saving transplant.

Erika’s doctors said they thought it best to go ahead with the surgery and say they are waiting before they call it a successful operation.

After her surgery, Hernandez spoke with reporters to promote organ donation and thanked the donor’s family saying, “I have no words to express what I’m feeling right now.”

The now viral heart drop occurred two weeks ago.

Erika was released from the hospital Wednesday, and the doctors told her family that it was up to them to tell her about the drop or not.


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Cancer Screening Rates for Latinos Below National Levels

Cancer Screening Rates for Latinos Below National Levels

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The percentage of U.S. citizens screened for cancer remains below national targets, with significant disparities among racial and ethnic populations, according to the first federal study to identify cancer screening disparities among Asian and Hispanic groups.

he report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), was published today in CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report.

In 2010, breast cancer screening rates were 72.4 percent, below the Healthy People 2020 target of 81 percent; cervical cancer screening was 83 percent, below the target of 93 percent; and colorectal cancer screening was 58.6 percent, below the target of 70.5 percent, according to the study, “Cancer Screening in the United States—2010.”

Screening rates for all three cancers were significantly lower among Asians (64.1 percent for breast cancer, 75.4 percent for cervical cancer, and 46.9 percent for colorectal cancer) compared to other groups, the study found. Hispanics were less likely to be screened for cervical and colorectal cancer (78.7 percent and 46.5 percent, respectively) when compared to non-Hispanics (83.8 percent and 59.9 percent, respectively).

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Food Franchises Attracting Latino Entrepreneurs

Food Franchises Attracting Latino Entrepreneurs

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BuscaTuFranquicia.com is pleased to report that registrations from Hispanic entrepreneurs who are looking to open a food franchise have increased compared to 2010 figures.

Furthermore, food franchises all across the United States have seen growth during 2011. This is particularly true for fast food outlets wherein the target market are young and energetic people who live with hectic schedules that do not allow them to prepare their own meals on both weekdays and weekends.

Despite the ever changing economy, more and more Hispanic franchisees have been encouraged to venture into this kind of business because of the fact that no matter what the current economic conditions are, people will eat out and will continually welcome fast food variations into their everyday breakfast, lunch and dinner meals. I

According to Jose Torres, Principal with BuscaTuFranquicia.com, “Large numbers of Hispanic franchisees are gearing towards the franchise food industry.” Family oriented US Hispanics are finding it wise to invest in food franchises. This is because the system allows them to conduct their business with solid backing and support, and it has been proven to produce profits in the food industry.

 

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Brazil Buildings Collapse, Claim At Least 3, With Many Still Missing

Brazil Buildings Collapse, Claim At Least 3, With Many Still Missing

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The bodies of three people were found Thursday morning amid the rubble of three buildings that collapsed in downtown Rio de Janeiro, firefighters said.

They said the first victim discovered was that of a still-unidentified 45-year-old man, while the corpses of a woman and another person for whom no information was provided were later removed from the site of the accident.

Authorities had said that Wednesday night’s collapse, the cause of which has not yet been determined, left five people with slight injuries and 19 people missing, and therefore another 16 people are believed to be buried in the rubble.

Two tall buildings, one nearly 20 stories high and another 10 stories high, collapsed, while another smaller structure was buried by the other two.

The accident occurred in downtown Rio de Janeiro’s Cinelandia district, where numerous offices and stores are located.

The area is bustling with people during business hours, but at the time of the accident - shortly after 8:30 p.m. - few pedestrians tend to be on the street.

Rio de Janeiro Mayor Eduardo Paes told Globo television that the figure of 19 missing was based on reports from family members and had not been completely confirmed.

He said authorities have almost entirely ruled out the possibility that an explosion from a gas leak caused the collapse, adding that construction work had been underway on two stories of the tallest building.

Nearly 70 firefighters and 40 emergency-management personnel have been conducting a search for possible survivors and attending to the injured since Wednesday night.

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El Paso Police Publishing ‘Beer Thieves’ Most Wanted, Slowing Down Beer Grab and Flee Epidemic

El Paso Police Publishing ‘Beer Thieves’ Most Wanted, Slowing Down Beer Grab and Flee Epidemic

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Beer thefts in El Paso, Texas have reduced by 17% in the past year, according to police reports. Beer thefts, otherwise known as “beer runs,” have been a major issue in El Paso, with nearly 3,000 occurring last year alone. Beer runs have been reduced in all areas of El Paso except for the Northeast, which saw a 4% increase last year.

“It’s one of our more pressing problems,” said Sgt. Charlie DeNio of the Northeast Regional Command.

In many cases thieves steal the beer because they are unable to purchase it—either because they are under age or it is past the 1 a.m. alcohol sales deadline. Petty beer thefts can also lead to more serious robberies.

“In some situations, it involves underage drinking (or) driving while intoxicated,” said Javier Sambrano, police spokesman. “There are situations where beer runs can be a contributing factor to other types of crimes.”

In an effort to combat the thefts, Police have resorted to posing undercover and posting pictures of suspects online. 

Check it out on line and see if you recognize anyone you know.

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3,300 Pounds of Pot Found Abandoned in Arizona Desert

3,300 Pounds of Pot Found Abandoned in Arizona Desert

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Tucson Sector Border Patrol agents seized more than 3,300 pounds of abandoned marijuana during three separate incidents in the west desert Tuesday.

Ajo Station agents using a mobile surveillance system detected a group of possible narcotics smugglers west of Lukeville Tuesday afternoon. Agents responded to the location and found nine bundles of marijuana in a large wash. The marijuana, with a total weight of 888 pounds and valued at $444,000, was transported to Ajo Station for processing.

In a separate incident, and with the assistance of a mobile surveillance system, agents located 15 abandoned bundles of marijuana in the west desert. The marijuana, weighing 794 pounds and valued at $397,000, was transported to the Ajo Station for processing.

Later that evening, agents from Ajo’s Horse Patrol Unit discovered an abandoned vehicle in the desert loaded with approximately 1,618 pounds of marijuana valued at $809,000. The vehicle and marijuana were transported to Ajo Station for processing.

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Mexico’s Indians Fairing the Worst Against Terrible Drought

Mexico’s Indians Fairing the Worst Against Terrible Drought

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The Raramuri Indians, inhabitants of the Sierra Tarahumara region of the northern state of Chihuahua, are battling severe food shortages and a threat to their traditional way of life amid Mexico’s most worst drought in 71 years.

“The situation is difficult,” Tomas Ruiz, a member of the Tarahumara Supreme Council, said. “We had droughts for three years and it’s gotten worse this year; and the frost even left us unable to bring in the harvest.”

The Raramuri (“the light-footed ones”), or Tarahumara, a community of roughly 100,000 people, inhabit scattered hamlets in the Tarahumara mountains. They prefer to live far from urban areas and remain in direct contact with nature, a pillar of their ancient culture.

Like other peasant communities in northern Mexico, the Raramuri face a severe scarcity of food and cattle due to the drought, prompting them to travel to Mexico City to demand emergency assistance from the federal authorities.

Raramuri Indians, as well as peasants from several states in northern Mexico, have been holding demonstrations in recent days in Mexico City, walking or riding on horseback or tractors through the streets and holding up signs demanding more drought-relief funds.

Hundreds of people walked Monday from the iconic Monument to the Revolution to the Government Secretariat in the last phase of a protest that began earlier this month in Chihuahua city.

Peasants plan a national march on Mexico City on Jan. 31.

“What we need the most is for aid and assistance to arrive so we can feed our children and our adults,” Gabino Gomez, leader of the El Barzon movement in Chihuahua, told Efe.

The demonstrators also carried emaciated goats and cows in their pick-up trucks, showcasing them as proof of the drought’s devastating effects.

“Eighty percent of the cattle have died where I work because we don’t have electricity or water. The little we get we bring from a nearby well, like years ago,” Veronica Rios, a young woman from Chihuahua, said with a hint of desperation in her voice.

Ruiz, for his part, said the situation in the highlands is grave not only due to a shortage of basic foodstuffs but also a lack of work and infrastructure.

“We need corn and food urgently because the storerooms don’t have enough for all the families ... also the people don’t have employment or welfare,” he said.

London-based human rights group Amnesty International and other organizations say a lack of rainfall and the frost are not the only causes of the desperate situation.

“Indigenous people in our country have endured permanent discrimination, exclusion and marginalization,” the director of AI Mexico, Alberto Herrera, said.

To date, the federal government has ordered the disbursement of some 100,000 packages of food and blankets, as well as 33.8 billion pesos (some $2.5 billion), to confront the humanitarian disaster.

The funds are to be used to fix and improve the systems that supply water to residents of drought-stricken areas, as well as to provide food to communities affected by the natural disaster.

A massive citizen relief drive also was launched a week ago after a report - denied by the authorities - of alleged hunger-related suicides in the Tarahumara highlands.

Dozens of food-collection centers were spontaneously organized in Mexico City through social-networking sites.

“We’ve had everything from a woman with two rolls of toilet paper saying that was all she could give to a boy with more than 450 cans of food for children,” Mariana Taibo, a volunteer at one of the centers, said.

Nineteen of Mexico’s 32 states are suffering from the drought, with northern states, such as Chihuahua, the hardest hit.

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Join the White House Twitter Conversation on Latino Affairs Today

Join the White House Twitter Conversation on Latino Affairs Today

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President Obama addressed the government and the Nation on Tuesday during the State of the Union, setting forth a blueprint for an economy that is built to last and a new energy future fueled by American-made energy.

This week you have the opportunity to connect with the White House on the issues that matter to you, and ask senior Administration officials any questions you may have following the State of the Union.

Join the White House for their online Office Hours on Twitter - you’ll be able to ask questions through your Twitter account using #WHchat, or you can follow the conversation by going to http://twitter.com/WHlive.

You can also submit questions online here.

The twitter conversations will cover different subjects ranging from veteran affairs to women issues to Latino issues

If you are interested in joining the twitter conversation on Latinos affair, it will be held at 2pm (EST) and will include Felicia Escobar, White House Senior Policy Advisor, Julie Rodriguez, White House Associate Director of Public Engagment and Luis Miranda, White House Director of Hispanic Media.

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ThursdayJanuary 26, 2012