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Regarding the recent article about the lawsuit over the Maryland Dream Act ("Vote on tuition bill faces lawsuit," Aug. 2), I believe democracy should be upheld. I was one of hundreds in attendance when the law was heavily debated in the State House. Over...
Clout StreetRepublicans in the state’s congressional delegation on Thursday unveiled their own map of U.S. House districts in their federal court challenge to Democratic-drawn boundaries that would put the GOP at a severe disadvantage. “The Fair Map...
I am a Latino immigrant to the U.S. My father brought us here with a sixth grade education. I am my family's first college graduate, and both of my daughters have master's degrees. I am appalled at the move to abolish the Maryland Dream Act. Despite...
ReutersCHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. researchers have discovered a genetic mutation unique to African Americans that could help explain why blacks are so susceptible to asthma. Prior studies looking for asthma genes have turned up several, but most of the studies...
Tags: Medical Research, Minority Groups, Education, Genetics, Africa
I read with sadness the editorial "A house of ill repute" (July 28 ) about a house on Bel Air Road in Fullerton. It shattered the notion that prostitution is a victimless crime — these women were trafficked slaves, far from home and anyone who saw...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterLocals in the medical community are greatly concerned about recent trends in local HIV testing where Hispanics have been testing positive for HIV in preliminary results. Franko V. Guillen, Walgreens Community Pharmacy HIV specialist and community...
The problems resulting from Alabama’s harsh anti-immigration law, thought to be the toughest in the nation, might finally be the tangible evidence needed to start the action — not just discussion — for meaningful, commonsense and fair...
Maryland's House of Delegates is poised to give final approval Wednesday to Gov. Martin O'Malley's plan to redraw the state's eight congressional districts, but not before lawmakers engage in a final showdown over the controversial map. Despite...
SAN DIEGO -- The class of 2010 at San Diego city schools has the second lowest dropout rate in California among big city school systems, according to figures released Thursday by the state Department of Education. In San Diego Unified School District,...
Tags: Sweetwater, Minority Groups, Graduation, California
email@example.comBusiness and community leaders have formed a task force to prepare for workers arriving for jobs in Aberdeen who might be of a different nationality or ethnic group. Aberdeen will add more than 1,000 jobs in the next year, and, in order to meet that...
New U.S. census figures herald a future where Spanish is more likely to be heard inside classrooms and everything from politics to fashion and food will be executed with a Latin flair. After a steady increase of Latinos in the area due to births and...
Nearly one-quarter of Pasadena’s African American residents left the city in the last 10 years, replaced mostly by Asians and Pacific Islanders, according to 2010 Census figures. A lack of affordable housing and shifts in the real estate market...
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