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Justice Sotomayor Stood Alone in Opposing the Early Census Shutdown

"The harms caused by rushing this year's census count are irreparable. And respondents will suffer their lasting impact for at least the next ten years," Justice Sotomayor said.

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20 Years After Leaving Venezuela, She Will Finally Vote for the First Time

Becoming a US citizen "was one of the best days of my life," said the new voter who left Venezuela as a child.

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ICE Plans to Fast-Track Deportations of Undocumented Immigrants Without Due Process

A US Court of Appeals has given more power to ICE agents and taken constitutional rights away from undocumented immigrants.

‘They’re Just Changing the Rules’: LULAC Sues Texas Governor for Closing Ballot Drop-Off Boxes

"The Republicans have tried every tactic in the book to suppress votes. They are just changing the rules, which is going to confuse people," a lawyer at LULAC said.

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Why Actress Isabella Gomez Is Urging You to Vote

The "One Day at a Time" star says there's a lot a stake for Latinos in the upcoming presidential election.

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‘The Damage Is Done’: Latino Small Business Owners in Florida Say Trump Let Them Down

Thousands of small businesses have closed throughout the state. Now the governor wants to reopen amid a second wave of cases in the country.

‘Selena’ Co-Star Says Encouraging Latinos to Vote Means Showing Compassion

"Voting, for me, means showing up and representing your voice. And it's not just your voice but the voice of the people."