Monday, November 20, 2017 | Updated at 11:39 PM ET

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The Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) have called on Senate Republicans to fulfill their constitutional obligations and fill the Supreme Court’s vacant seat.

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The Obama administration's latest deportation raid campaign continues to fuel disappointment and anger from fellow Democrats.

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Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton received the endorsement of a top Latina member of Congress.

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Latino members of Congress have urged Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., to stop blocking the confirmation of the next U.S. ambassador to Mexico.

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Congressional Hispanic Congress (CHC) Chairwoman Linda Sanchez, D-Calif., announced her bid for the second-highest rank within the House Democratic Caucus.

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The National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) revealed Latinas currently earn an average $0.55 for every dollar a non-Hispanic male makes.

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Despite previously supporting the call for immigration reform, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., will reportedly not allow votes for such reform legislation during the remaining tenure of Barack Obama’s presidency if he is elected House Speaker, .

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The average U.S. Latino worker is earning less compared to non-Hispanic whites, according to a new report by the Joint Economic Committee and Congressional Hispanic Caucus.

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House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner, representative for Ohio’s 8th Congressional District, announced his resignation from the Congress, and calls for immigration reform have further increased.

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Latinos from all walks of life are observing Pope Francis’ U.S. visit, including the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, a coalition of Latino lawmakers who anticipate his address to Congress scheduled on Thursday.

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Congress is back and we've got a lot of thorny issues coming up this fall. One recent headline from a DC newspaper was "Congress faces fall from hell." Sounds fun, right?

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U.S Rep. Linda Sánchez, D-Calif., announced her support of the Iran nuclear deal and opposition to efforts challenging the agreement. Sánchez, chairperson of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, said the nuclear agreement is the best option to stop Iran from developing a nuclear bomb.

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U.S. Rep. Linda Sanchez, D-Calif., chairperson of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC), said the Republican presidential candidates’ “anchor babies” remarks are a personal attack towards her and the immigrant community.

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President Barack Obama and the U.S. Department of Justice encountered a setback in lifting the temporary injunction on his immigration executive actions, and Latino congressional lawmakers are disappointed with the "huge blow" delivered to the Latino community.

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As the debate on immigration reform rages on, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus is working on another alternate proposal that, if finalized, could be discussed on Capitol Hill this year.

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Once upon a time there was Mexican-American man by the name of César Chávez, a farm worker who became a civil rights leader and founded the United Farm Workers Union...and there was an inspirational woman named Dolores Huerta, also Mexican-American, who helped him do it. Then, there was a Colombian-American man by the name of Harry Pachon, who drew national attention to Latino issues, such as bilingual education, political engagement and immigration. To follow, there were a number of men and women who helped to mobilize change and enable success for Latinos in America. The End?

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