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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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MichelleLujanGrisham 7h
Open Enrollment is only five more weeks – until December 15. Don’t miss your chance to on for 2019!
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Ben Ray Lujan 8h
Native Americans continue to face obstacles to exercising their right to vote. My legislation will help create equal access to the ballot box for Native voters, ultimately strengthening our democracy and the voice of Native America.
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Rep. Tony Cárdenas 9h
It was an honor to host my annual Veterans Day Forum and attend the San Fernando Valley’s Veterans Day Parade this past Sunday. On the 100th Armistice Day, we celebrated the memory of Private Opha May Johnson, who was the first known woman to enlist in the U.S. Marine Corps.
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Senator Bob Menendez 10h
A year ago today, I introduced the International Violence Against Women Act of 2017, which hasn’t been passed into law. We must do more to end these tragedies and help vulnerable women and girls abroad.
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Rep. Jim Costa 10h
. Chief Scientist reports reliable, quantitative data showing the will cause people to misreport & our to be less accurate-> We need clean data for fair representation & investment decisions.
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Hispanic Caucus 10h
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“The addition of a citizenship question only serves to instill fear among immigrant communities, decrease participation, and negatively impact the outcome and accuracy of the .” /2
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Raul M. Grijalva 11h
Adding a citizenship question to the isn’t a common-sense addition to the census; it’s deeply political and will put an accurate accounting of the population at risk.
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Linda T. Sánchez 11h
The captures in hard numbers the needs of our country. By scheming to add the citizenship question, Republicans are undermining the accuracy of the . We only get a shot once a decade to do this. Let's do it right.
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Hispanic Caucus 10h
In August, Members voiced their concerns with the proposed changes to the ->“We have grave concerns regarding the genesis of this question…”
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Hispanic Caucus 10h
"So you have an administration that simply wants to keep people out, doesn’t want to address why people are fleeing their country, doesn’t want to address the role that America might play in that — both as a cause, both as a solution.”
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Hispanic Caucus 11h
According to the chief scientist at the there is “reliable, quantitative evidence” that the responses to the would decline if a citizenship question were included.
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Hispanic Caucus 11h
Including a citizenship question in the only serves to suppress participation & will result in inaccurate data that does not reflect the makeup of our nation.
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Rep. Jimmy Gomez 11h
The ensures that every community is counted and heard. But with the inclusion of an untested citizenship question, is trying use fear to sabotage the . The refused to do anything about it. The and I WILL fight back.
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MichelleLujanGrisham 11h
Today is ! Last year, 241,000 New Mexicans and nearly 30 million other Americans had diabetes. We must continue to invest in diabetes prevention, and education, as well as addressing the rising cost of prescription drugs and medical expenses.
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Senator Cortez Masto 11h
Adding a citizenship question to the isn’t a common-sense addition to the census; it’s dangerous & alarming. Its intent is to give a political win & to sow fear into immigrant communities.
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US Rep. Filemon Vela 11h
Including a citizenship question in the only serves to suppress participation & will result in inaccurate data that does not reflect the makeup of our nation.
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Rep. Nydia Velazquez 12h
To each and every trans New Yorker—I see you, I stand with you and I will fight tooth and nail to ensure our federal government protects your rights and dignity. You will not be erased.
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National Immigrant Justice Center 12h
In 1 hour: Tweetstorm on Trump’s “public charge” plan targeting communities of color, & threatening health & well-being of , , and people all over the US. Join us, , , , & others at 2pm ET / 11am on .
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House Democrats 14h
Open Enrollment is happening now until December 15th. Don't wait until the last minute. Visit and !
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Rep. Jimmy Gomez 12h
.: Now that you've finished the search for 's , can you address our concerns about the faulty software that Amazon is selling to law enforcement? This tool is potentially putting at risk!
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