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Florida’s Sen. Marco Rubio Slated to Give Republican Rebuttal to State of the Union Address

Florida’s Sen. Marco Rubio Slated to Give Republican Rebuttal to State of the Union Address

Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, a rising star among conservatives, has been tapped by his party to deliver - in English and Spanish - the GOP response to President Barack Obama's State of the Union address before Congress next week. continue reading »

Voter ID Advanced in Virginia by Republicans

Voter ID Advanced in Virginia by Republicans

Virginia Republicans are moving forward with plans to tighten voter ID laws for the second time in two years. continue reading »

San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro Urges House of Rep to Move on Immigration Reform

San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro Urges House of Rep to Move on Immigration Reform

Julian Castro, the popular Democratic mayor of San Antonio, Texas, on Tuesday urged the House of Representatives to approve comprehensive immigration reform. continue reading »

Over 20 Latino Organizations Urging Supreme Court to Uphold Voting Rights of Underrepresented Voters

Over 20 Latino Organizations Urging Supreme Court to Uphold Voting Rights of Underrepresented Voters

The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund has signed on to an amicus brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court challenge to Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. continue reading »

Rep. Gutierrez and Sen. Durbin Meet In Chicago With Community Leaders on Immigration Reform

Rep. Gutierrez and Sen. Durbin Meet In Chicago With Community Leaders on Immigration Reform

Today, Rep. Luis V. Gutierrez (D-IL) participated in a community forum in Chicago hosted by Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) at the Instituto del Progreso Latino, in the Congressman's district. The forum brought together leaders from a cross section of Chicago-area constituencies to update them and discuss progress being made in the House and Senate towards comprehensive immigration reform. continue reading »

The Path to Citizenship Starts With An End to the Deportations

The Path to Citizenship Starts With An End to the Deportations

"Both the president's leadership and bipartisan efforts to create a path to citizenship for New Americans represent a turning point in this movement, with new reason for hope. However, to realize this long overdue reform, new legislation must provide a working path to citizenship: continue reading »

Why Democrats Don’t Have to Worry About Ted Cruz?

Why Democrats Don’t Have to Worry About Ted Cruz?

Not too long ago Ruben Navarette wrote a most revealing column entitled “Democrats should worry about up-and-comer Cruz. The column goes on to extol Cruz’s conservative values and how they perfectly matched those of the Hispanic community. continue reading »

Hillary Clinton Steps Down as Secretary of State

Hillary Clinton Steps Down as Secretary of State

Hillary Clinton formally stepped down as U.S. secretary of state on Friday with a letter to President Barack Obama and an emotional farewell address to the department she has run for four years. continue reading »

California Hispanic Population to Equal White in 2014

California Hispanic Population to Equal White in 2014

California demographers say the state will soon have more Hispanic residents than white. According to population projections taken from the California Departmen continue reading »

Sec Clinton Remarks With Mexican Foreign Secretary Jose Antonio Meade Before Their Meeting

Sec Clinton Remarks With Mexican Foreign Secretary Jose Antonio Meade Before Their Meeting

SECRETARY CLINTON: It is such a treat for me to welcome the new Foreign Secretary of Mexico. Secretary Meade is no stranger to Washington having served previously as finance minister and been very active on many issues that are of mutual concern to our two countries. But this is my last official continue reading »