Obamacare Is Immoral Protest, Supreme Court Healthcare Debate
Supreme Court To Make Decision About the Affordable Care Act - What You Need to Know
By Sugey Palomares | 06/18/2012 - 16:00

The Supreme Court will meet sometime this week to rule on one of the most pertinent issues affecting Latinos today – health care. The high court is set to determine whether the Affordable Care Act (also known as Obama Care) drafted by President Barack Obama’s administration is unconstitutional. A ruling of five majority votes out of the nine Justices on the bench is enough to dramatically change the future of health care in the U.S.


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Repeal of Health Care Reform Would Have Devastating Impact on Latino Community
Repeal of Health Care Reform Would Be Devastating for Latino Community
By Mariela Rosario | 01/19/2011 - 17:00

With Congress back in session, the House is set to vote today on repealing the Affordable Care Act and Latino Democrats and health professionals were busy getting the word out that a repeal of the law would be disastrous for our community.


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Tennessee Gov. Condems Lawmaker Who Compared Immigrants to Rats
Tennessee Gov. Condemns Lawmaker Who Compared Immigrants to Rats
By Mariela Rosario | 11/15/2010 - 12:15

Though local Tennessee lawmaker Rep. Curry Todd refuses to apologize for a statement he made last week comparing pregnant undocumented immigrants with rats, the Democratic governor of the southern state has spoken out against the hateful talk.


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Jaime Escalante of "Stand and Deliver" Fame Fighting Cancer
By Mariela Rosario | 03/05/2010 - 11:28

Legendary mathematics teacher, Jaime Escalante—immortalized by Edward James Olmos in the moving film Stand and Deliver—has been diagnosed with cancer and his family is struggling to keep up with the payments necessary to continue his treatments.


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Pregnant Women Dying at "Scandalous" Rates in Peru
By Mariela Rosario | 07/10/2009 - 10:36

A new Amnesty International report titled "Fatal Flaws: Barriers to Maternal Health in Peru" found that many poor, indigenous pregnant women are dying because they lack access to the basic medical care afforded other women in the country.


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Juanes Proves He Is Anything but Mala Gente
By Christine Estevez | 06/09/2009 - 15:05

Colombian singer, activist and heartthrob Juanes continues to raise awareness about the precarious working conditions for miners in Tumaco, Colombia. Tumaco is a town mainly known for the numerous mine causalities that take place there. Juanes welcomed the U.S. ship USNS Comfort on Sunday as part of an emergency medical mission. The USNS Comfort is a floating hospital that will offer medical attention to more than 10,000 Colombians who desperately need the care but cannot afford it. The ship will remain in Tumaco until June 16.


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