Legal Barriers Could Impact Participation of Latinos in Upcoming Election

Legal Barriers Could Impact Participation of Latinos in Upcoming Election

Mary Mata September 24, 2012

By Latinovations Legal barriers in a total of 23 states threaten to impact voter registration and participation of Latino citizens in the upcoming election. According to a report released today by the […]

Law Firm Sues Over José Hernández’s “Astronaut” Title

Mary Mata March 27, 2012

By Paul Adams Having conquered the agricultural fields of California and the infinite black abyss of space, José Hernández is now taking his talents to the grinding media battlefield of […]

The DOJ Rules For Texas Voters, Against Voter ID

Mary Mata March 22, 2012

By Rafael Anchia, Texas State Representative, District 103 On March 12, 2012 the Department of Justice (DOJ) stood up for Texas voters by refusing to pre-clear the strict photo ID […]

What’d Happen Without Section 5 Of The Voting Rights Act?

Mary Mata March 21, 2012

I started thinking recently about what our country would look like in the future if Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) were to be declared unconstitutional. This is […]

Activists Launch Campaign To Register 200,000 Latino Voters

Mary Mata February 27, 2012

Motivated by the conservative anti-immigrant rhetoric going around the country, leaders from the Hispanic community launched a national campaign on Thursday to register 200,000 Latino voters and mobilize 100,000 individuals […]

Voter ID Laws Place The Rights Of Americans Under Attack

Mary Mata February 16, 2012

By U.S. Rep. Charles Gonzalez The 14th Amendment to the Constitution forbids any state to infringe on “the right to vote” for any citizen. But that right is under attack. There is […]

Romney’s 90s Immigration Policy Hands Latino Voters To Democrats

Mary Mata February 7, 2012

The 1990s are back, but unfortunately not any of the good stuff, like Tupac or tennis shoes that you had to pump. No, unfortunately the worst of the 1990s has […]