Latino Children and the ACA

Latino Children and the ACA

Victor Landa July 25, 2017

The U.S. Senate is going to vote today on something having to do with Healthcare. I don’t mean to be flippant, but, there are still unanswered questions. Here’s what we […]

29.1% of All Latinos Uninsured in Total 48 Million Americans Uninsured

Mary Mata September 18, 2013

By Hispanically Speaking News A Census Bureau report issued today shows that approximately 48 million people in 2012 did not have health insurance.  This report shows an increase in the number of […]

Obamacare’s ‘Ojo Insurance’ Option Starts Next Week

Mary Mata January 11, 2013

By María Purísima, Pocho Ñews Service (PNS reporting from WASHINGTON, D.C.) Latinos who voted to reelect Barack Obama are set to receive one of the benefits he promised: Insurance against mal ojo (“ojo” […]

How Will The Healthcare Reform Decision Affect Latinos?

NewsTaco March 30, 2012

Whether the U.S Supreme Court will uphold the Healthcare Reform Act or not is something I won’t bother to speculate. There are enough opinions and soothsayers out there to satisfy […]

Life Insurance Helps Family Members Survive The Unexpected

Mary Mata March 23, 2012

By Roger Martinez Luis Rojas was a motorcycle police officer who wrote short stories before he joined the force. He continued to do so as a way of distancing his […]

Ciro Rodriguez Says He’s The Fighter South Texas Needs

Mary Mata March 20, 2012

San Antonio, Texas — Ciro Rodriguez spent time during the 1990s and early 2000s serving the people of South Texas in Congress as a Democrat, and most recently lost his […]

News Taco To Go: Snacks, Slurs, Music, Poetry, And Insurance

Mary Mata August 3, 2011

The Top 5 Things You Sneak Into A Movie Theater GOP Rep. Calls Obama Racist Name, Says He Didn’t Know Bien Hecho: Latina Conductor Makes Classical Music Accessible Book Review […]