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So. Cal. Latino Voters Have Very Green Attitudes

Texas Declares May 9th Willie Velasquez Day!

Why the Latino Vote Underperformed in 2012

Sen. Mark Leno's Bill, SB 649, to Reduce the Penalty for Simple Drug Possession Clears the Senate Floor with a 23-14 Vote WCVI Holiday Newsletter

11 Million Latinos Cast Votes in Record Turnout in US Elections

FOUR full-size billboards going up near Downtown LA along N. Broadway on Earth Day Latino, April 21-22, 2012 at the Los Angeles Historic State Park.

Recent Trends and Challenges for the Latino Vote

2011 Holiday Newsletter

WCVI Releases White Paper on Proposed AT&T Merger

Latino Ozone Letter

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Willie Velasquez

Latino Voting and the Environment

George Zimmerman's Family Deliberately Downplayed His Latino Roots

Falso, lo que en Mexico creen sobre la reforma migratoria: uno de los latinos mas influyentes

Buscan sea reconocido el "Dia de Willie C. Velasquez"

Latinos deal with issues beyond immigration

As GOP ponders Medicaid expansion, Hispanic support hangs in the balance

Julian Castro, Latino mayor of San Antonio, to keynote DNC convention

Arizona an Unlikely Pickup for Obama, Experts Say

Voter registration down among Hispanics, blacks

Ciclistas en EEUU impulsan el uso de tecnologia de mayas guatemaltecos

Grupo de ciclistas en EE.UU. impulsa el uso de una tecnologia de los mayas guatemaltecos

Los Angeles celebra el Dia de la Tierra

High School Students Create Environmental Billboards with Cell Phone Pictures

Celebran Dia de la Tierra

Will Arizona case help Obama?

Latinos On Campaign

Earth Day Latino 2012: celebrating Los Angeles history, culture, and ecosystem

The Hispanic population is rising. But voter participation is something else

Idea of Hispanic voter surge this year fading

Latino population up, but voter registration isn't

Hispanic Vote Not The Game Changer You Might Think It Is

Arizona AG: We Love Latinos! Can't Get Enough of 'Em!

Baseball's $20 Million Man Has Some 'Splainin' to Do

Perry's Overlooked Asset: Hispanic Support

Hispanics get a chance at a 3rd council seat

Census: San Francisco Residents Are Oldest in Bay Area

Hispanic Voters On the Fence

GOP already disappointing those who want border/immigration enforcement

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