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Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders Pledge to Add Latinos to Cabinet, GOP Candidates Neglect to Respond to National Hispanic Leadership Agenda Questionnaire

The two remaining Democratic presidential hopefuls have both vowed to nominate Latinos for key cabinet posts in hopes of securing the support of what could be the most critical voting bloc in the 2016 race for the White House.
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Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders More Popular Among Hispanic Republicans Than Donald Trump

Donald Trump has a less favorable image among Hispanic Republicans than either 2016 Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
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immigration Groups Unite Against Paul Ryan

A group of 50 pro-immigration groups are poised to pressure Republican legislators to reject majority house leader Paul Ryan's plan to file an amicus brief with the Supreme Court in opposition to President Obama's immigration orders.
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Democratic Donors Raising $15M for Campaign Targeting Latino Voters

A group of wealthy Democratic donors are planning to invest as much as $15 million in a campaign aimed at mobilizing Latino voters to the polls in the upcoming general election.
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California Leaders File SCOTUS Brief on Benefits of Undocumented Workers

A who's who list of leaders from California are urging the Supreme Court to uphold President Obama's executive order offering temporary relief to as many as 5 million illegal immigrants when the case goes before the court later this year.
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Survey Finds Undocumented Workers Pay $12B in Annual Taxes

A new survey finds roughly 50 percent of all undocumented workers currently pay income taxes, with many of them paying out a higher tax percentage than billionaire Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump and many of the nation's other top earners.
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New York Allows DACA Recipients to Teach

The New York State Education Department's Board of Regents has approved a plan allowing certain Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients who came to U.S. as children to apply for classroom teaching certificates and other forms of professional licenses.
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ICE Deportation Tactics Force Illinois Church to Action

Christian Pentecostal Church associate pastor Gerson Moreno and his congregation members are fighting back against the tactics of immigration officials.
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Diversity in STEM: Obama Announces $4 Billion 'Computer Science for All' Initiative

Over the weekend, President Obama announced he was pledging $4 billion in funding to boost computer science education in the nation's schools as part of the Computer Science for All Initiative.
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Ted Cruz Faces Looming Suit on Presidential Eligibility

Florida Congressman Alan Grayson is planning to file suit challenging Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz’s legal eligibility to assume the Oval Office as president.
Obama Signs Executive Order for Silicon Valley Cyberthreat sharing initiative

Obama Announces, Signs, Executive Order for Cyberthreat Cooperation with Silicon Valley

President Obama addressed major Silicon Valley players at Stanford University on Friday afternoon, as part of an official White House summit on cybersecurity and cooperation between the technology industry and the government.
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White House Announces New Agency to Combat Hacking: The Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center

The Obama administration has announced the formation of a new national security agency focused on combatting cyberattacks by facilitating intelligence sharing between government agencies called the Cyber Threat Intelligence Integration Center (CTIIC).
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FCC vs ISPs: Upcoming Net Neutrality Vote a Moment of Truth, or Just the Beginning of Another Fight?

About one month from now on February 26, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on new Open Internet rules that govern Internet Service Providers. But what looks like the moment of truth for Net Neutrality debate may be just the beginning of more quarrelling between ISPs and the FCC.
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Obama's Call for Unhampered Municipal Broadband Puts FCC at the Center of New Internet Debate

Beyond Net Neutrality, the FCC has a new issue putting it in right in the middle of the political crosshairs, after President Obama called on states to loosen restrictions on municipal broadband.
Numerous Advocacy Groups Applaud Obama's Executive Action Plan, But Say That It's

Numerous Advocacy Groups Applaud Obama's Executive Action Plan, But Say That It's "Not Enough"

Several advocacy groups have praised President Barack Obama after he took to the stage this past week to speak to the American public about the deportation of millions.
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Mexico, Central America Leaders Seek Permanent Law From Congress on Immigration Reform, Praise Obama

President Obama's immigration reform plan will ease the deportation for nearly 5 million immigrants who are in the U.S. without legal documents, and Mexico and Central American leaders have weighed in with praise for his reforms.
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