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4 Senators vow to vote against the proposed bill as it stands.

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There are only three Latinos in the U.S. Senate, and the most senior of them all took Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump to task for remarks against ethnic minorities.

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A diverse range of Latino leaders have pressed the U.S. Senate to commit to hearing and voting on whoever President Barack Obama nominates for the Supreme Court.

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A civil rights coalition, comprising of 200 national organizations, released a letter to two senators concerning the gridlock of a Latino judicial nominee.

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The U.S. Senate has confirmed Latino judicial nominee John Michael Vazquez on Wednesday evening to serve as a judge in the Federal District Court in the District of New Jersey.

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There appears to be progress and setbacks with President Barack Obama's Latino judicial nominees.

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The U.S. Senate confirmed Latino Judge Luis Felipe Restrepo to serve the Third Circuit Court of Appeals on Monday, after more than a year since President Barack Obama nominated the Colombian.

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Often dubbed "the world's greatest deliberative body," the U.S. Senate often functions like a high school, and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is the kid who does not show up for class, GOP presidential hopeful Chris Christie quipped on Jan. 11.

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Despite pleas from Puerto Rican officials including its governor, Congress will likely not include any relief for the U.S. territory in the omnibus spending bill.

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The Congressional Hispanic Caucus have called on Senate Republicans to expedite the confirmation votes for four Latino judicial nominees.

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After more than a year in limbo, the Senate judicial confirmation vote for Judge Luis Felipe Restrepo is officially set for early 2016.

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More than a year has passed since President Barack Obama nominated Judge Luis Felipe Restrepo to serve the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and while the Senate has steadily schedule confirmation votes, the Latino is still not on the calendar.

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The U.S. Senate voted against strengthening gun measures on Thursday, and three legislative body's three Latino senators explained their votes.

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The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Child Tax Credit (CTC) are set to expire in late 2017, which may affect millions of Latino working families.

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Two Republican senators have questioned if the Obama administration placed unaccompanied immigrant children with convicted criminals.

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Two dozen U.S. senators have called on President Barack Obama to issue an executive order to reduce gun violence.

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