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3:30am February 11, 2013

Menendez, Texas Democrats, Ethnic Studies & More in Latino Politics

Latino News Roundup Feb. 10

This week’s Latino political news roundup covers how DC is going to turn Texas blue, an overlooked issued in the Senator Bob Menendez’s scandal, and a 40 year-old discrimination case in Tucson, Arizona.

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Sara Inés Calderón
Sara Inés Calderón
Sara Inés Calderón is a journalist and writer bouncing between California and Texas.




 
 

 
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