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Time to retire Latino voter complacency

Just like every decade is anticipated as the period when the sleeping Latino giant awakens, reports and studies churn out the obvious regarding Latino voters: a) They are usually ignored by candidates, and, b) they don’t show up to vote in numbers representative of their population.

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Valley’s water woes are far from over

If there is any part of California that has suffered more from the recent six-year drought (and, there are indications more dry years are ahead of us), it has to be the heart of the San Joaquín Valley, which relies on average annual rainfall of 11.5 inches of rain plus whatever snowfall graces the Sierra mountains.

Cónsul General de El Salvador hace una invitación especial a la comunidad Salvadoreña del Valle

CÓNSUL GENERAL MARÍA MERCEDES LÓPEZ PEÑA INVITA A TODA LA COMUNIDAD SALVADOREÑA EN EL VALLE CENTRAL A LA 2ND FERIA ARTESANAL EN LOS ÁNGELES EL 17 Y 18 DE NOVIEMBRE.

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