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Leading by Example: The White House’s Inclusive Vision for Solar Power

Last week, the Obama administration announced a series of new initiatives to enhance energy efficiency across the United States. Many revolved around commitments of...

Report: San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro to head HUD

According to a report from the New York Times, the Mayor of San Antonio, Julian Castro, will be nominated to be the next Secretary...

Attempt to Turn Back Clock in Texas Thwarted: SB 5 Dies

Early this morning a bill that could have closed all abortion clinics in Texas failed after an epic 11 hour filibuster by Democratic State...

President Obama to Deliver Immigration Speech this Morning

This morning President Obama will deliver a speech on immigration at the White House. This comes as the Senate begins floor debate on the...

San Antonio Voters Back Julian Castro for 3rd Term as Mayor

On Saturday, Julian Castro was re-elected to a third term as the Mayor of San Antonio with 66.5 percent of the vote. The San...

House GOP Splitting on Immigration Reform

An interesting thing happened in Washington, D.C. yesterday when the House Judiciary Committee held a hearing on immigration reform: the staunch anti-reform position of...

Conyers Opens Immigration Talks: Do Not Say “Illegal Immigrant”

During opening statements for the first House Judiciary Committee hearing addressing comprehensive immigration reform, the top ranking Democrat on the committee urged his fellow...

Eva Longoria, Julian Castro, Ted Cruz: 2012’s top 10 moments in...

As the year winds down, a look back on the Latino political scene shows that it was a pretty momentous year for Latinos in...

George P. Bush, AZ Votes, Immigration Reform & More In Latino...

Top issues on our Latino political roundup this week revolved around comments by Mitt Romney that the reason he lost was because Republicans didn't...

Election 2012: Are You Female? The Battle for Single Moms

(Note: Part two of this piece can be found here.) Way back in June, on the 12th day to be precise, Joshua Baca, the National...