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The 31-Member Congressional Hispanic Caucus advocates for issues important to Latinos via the legislative process in Congress.
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Federal officers have arrested dozens of undocumented immigrants who came forward to take care of undocumented immigrant children in government custody, and the Trump administration is pledging to go after more.
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Senator Cortez Masto 3h
Después del , María González Muñoz pasó 30 días cuidando de su hermana en la oscuridad. Dijo, “Estaba buscando ayuda y nadie llegó”. Nuestros conciudadanos merecen mejor trato.
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Senator Bob Menendez 3h
Los jóvenes Hispanos necesitan seguir obteniendo las herramientas para un mejor futuro, por eso me enorgullece reintroducir esta resolución para honrar a las Instituciones al Servicio de los Hispanos como
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Despite the adversities, the people of Puerto Rico have shown great tenacity, drive and resiliency and will continue working toward recovery, as many say on the island . /9
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While the administration’s substandard efforts were a failure, Puerto Rico’s spirit remains unbroken. /8
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As we mark the one year anniversary, CHC members remain committed to holding the administration accountable to ensure that what happened in and the does not happen again, & guarantee that aid vital to their recovery is delivered & distributed immediately. /7
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Even more alarming is that the Trump Administration siphoned critical funds away from an important emergency and response agency like FEMA in order to separate and jail helpless children. /6
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His actions and statements are offensive and disrespectful to the thousands of mourning families that lost their loved ones and erodes public trust that the government will come to the aid of its citizens after a disaster. /5
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Despite these untenable circumstances, President Trump & his administration have downplayed the crisis & called their response efforts an “unsung success. Worse yet, President Trump has flagrantly denied that nearly 3,000 Americans lost their lives because of . /4
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Each passing day brings more pain, suffering, and loss of life for Americans on the island already devastated by desperate living conditions and inadequate medical services. /3
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The inexcusable & absurd reality remains that 3.5 million Americans continue to suffer without reliable power, housing, food or water. /2
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Since struck & the Islands one year ago, the administration has continued to neglect its responsibility to help families recover & rebuild, callously turning its back on fellow Americans in dire need of our assistance.
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Tal Kopan 5h
Coming up on with to talk about the latest on undocumented children
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Steny Hoyer 4h
On the one-year anniversary of making landfall & wreaking havoc on the , , & Gulf Coast, we pause to recognize that many still struggle with basic necessities, such as clean water, reliable power, or a roof over their heads.
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Raul M. Grijalva 5h
Interested in checking out one of your local museums for free on Saturday, Sept 22? For Smithsonian Museum Day, you can! Visit the link, download a ticket, and enjoy.
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Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard 5h
One year after , still faces food & water shortages, an unstable power supply, and inadequate medical services. Our federal government, including , must do much more to address this crisis & to reduce the island’s vulnerability to future disasters.
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"In the year since Hurricane Maria struck our island, President Trump has delivered a repeated and abundantly clear message: He does not care about the safety, well-being or lives of Puerto Ricans." via &
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Nancy Pelosi 5h
A year after devastated & the , our fellow Americans are still struggling to heal, rebuild & recover. Meanwhile, the refuses to investigate the administration’s failed response. We have a moral obligation to do better.
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Linda T. Sánchez 5h
A year ago today, made landfall in , taking with its wrath nearly 3,000 American lives. Our government has failed to help PR & U.S. Virgin Islands during & after the hurricane. It's crucial that we do more to help them rebuild.
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The Hill 9h
Congressional Hispanic Caucus wants meeting with FEMA to discuss Puerto Rico recovery
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