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Rep. Tony Cardenas, a California Democrat, said Thursday, "If we don't take charge, another decade is going to go by, another decade is going to go by, and the biggest minority population in America is not going to have a powerful presence in Washington, D.C., as we should." … [Read more...] about Hispanic lawmakers renew call for Smithsonian Latino museum
The poll by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research finds that half of those who have faced those barriers turned to a family member or to another health care provider for assistance. In addition, more than 1 in 4 looked to a translator, public resources in their community or online sources for help when they faced those issues. … [Read more...] about AP-NORC Poll: Latinos health care communication woes
Plans for the expansion into the area known as south Phoenix were discussed for six years, and 55 percent of voters citywide — as well as 70 percent of voters in the two districts it would traverse — approved an initiative to help fund the 5.5-mile (8.9-kilometer) extension. … [Read more...] about Phoenix council gives nod to light-rail extension