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Gov. Cuomo Grants NYS Parolees the Right to Vote

By Staff – Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed an executive order granting all New York state parolees the right to vote in New York, after...

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Volunteer Group Pueblo Sin Fronteras Helps Displaced Migrants Despite Risks

A group dedicated to helping migrants seek asylum in other countries has caught the disapproving attention of President Donald Trump....

Hispanic Community Facing Lack of Representation With New Census Question

The announcement that the Trump administration decided to add a question regarding citizenship on the 2020 Census faced immediate backlash...

Latino Youth Voices Heard Loud and Clear As UnidosUS Urges Young Latino Voter Registration

The past few months we’ve seen the youth of the United States band together and raise their voices by the millions against gun...

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Posturing for Presidency? Vice President Biden Hosts Talk With Key Latino Leaders in Florida

Miami, FL — The past couple years, we’ve been met with political turmoil that’s another level of tense. Divisive, charged...

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Rochester Congresswoman Louise Slaughter Passes; Funeral Details Announced

By Staff – Rochester Congresswoman Louise Slaughter passed away recently, after a fall near her D.C. home, at the age of 88....

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Trump Inspects US-Mexico Border Wall Prototypes In California

  President Donald Trump has inspected prototypes of the border wall with Mexico. According to NBC News, Trump inspected a series of...

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Penfield Lawyer to Challenge Rich Funke for State Senate Seat

By Staff –   The Monroe County Democratic Committee has announced Penfield lawyer Jen Lunsford will seek the Democratic...

Trump Administration’s Plan to End DACA Program Blocked By Second Judge

President Donald Trump’s decision to end a current program that allows for the protection of immigrants brought to the United States...

Mission Restore Power to Puerto Rico Continues, But Officials Can’t Agree On ETA

Although it’s been exactly five months since Hurricane Maria roared through Puerto Rico, the lacking cleanup and restoration efforts...