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Latinos to Re-Shape Political Landscape after 2010

According to a new report released by America's Voice and NDN, U.S. Latinos are poised to shake up the political landscape. Thanks largely to new Latino constituents, eight states will likely gain Congressional seats after the 2010 Census.

Stop the lies: Set the record straight on immigrant access to healthcare

Last night, during President Obama's speech, one Republican Congressman tried to turn a Joint Session of Congress into an August town hall meeting by calling the President a liar [Rep. Joe Wilson: "You Lie!"] Just like immigration reform, some Republicans will stop at nothing to poison the debate on health care.

Health Care Voters in Early States Escalate Their Activities with Two Months to Go Until Iowa Caucuses

With just over two months until the first voters in Iowa attend their caucuses to select a nominee for president, health care voters in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina are pulling out all of the stops to ensure that health care is the number one domestic issue in the election.

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