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LULAC Sues Texas, Others Over Electoral College Vote System

Victor Landa February 26, 2018

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — A coalition of activists and attorneys is suing Texas and three other states over their “winner-take-all” system of allocating Electoral College votes. The goal is to […]

U.S. Supreme Court rejects Trump over ‘Dreamers’ immigrants

Victor Landa

LULAC Members Push For New Leadership Amid Immigration Debate

Victor Landa February 12, 2018

If Democrats Can’t Deliver on DACA, It Could Cost Them In Key Battleground States

Victor Landa

LAS VEGAS—Jose Echeverria held back tears, sitting at a table in the Culinary Workers Union offices in Las Vegas, as he laid out, simply and clearly, how the Trump administration’s […]

2018: a year for the Latino Vote

Victor Landa January 8, 2018

We have said it before: being a minority does not mean being powerlessness, especially when a large part of the outcome of an election could be transformed thanks to the mass […]

Critics Say Questions About Citizenship Could Wreck Chances for an Accurate 2020 Census

Victor Landa January 3, 2018

WASHINGTON — A request by the Justice Department to ask people about their citizenship status in the 2020 census is stirring a broad backlash from census experts and others who […]

We sang in Spanish, fell in love with ‘Coco’ — Latino culture trumped hate in 2017

Victor Landa December 13, 2017

If you’re a Latino in America — or Latinx, the gender-neutral the younger generation prefers — the national landscape felt particularly brutal this year, the stinging divisive words of President […]