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Archive: October 11, 2012

PHOTO: Colorado River. Image by Paul Caputo

Hispanic Heritage month is being celebrated by honoring the late civil rights leader Cesar Chavez, and by calling for the preservation of the Colorado River where he grew up. Latino leaders from across the Southwest gathered on the banks of the river Wednesday to highlight its cultural importance to ...Read More

PHOTO: Pelican found following the oil spill in Florida. Courtesy of the NWF

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Pressure is increasing on the U.S. government to ensure that BP is held accountable for the 2010 Gulf oil spill. The National Wildlife Federation on Wednesday called on Attorney General Eric Holder to prevent the oil company from paying a reduced amount. This comes as published ...Read More

PHOTO: As the vice presidential candidates get set to square off in Kentucky in their only televised debate, seniors are hoping to hear about issues that ultimately matter to all generations; Social Security and Medicare.

DANVILLE, Ky. - As the eyes of the nation turn to Kentucky tonight to watch the only televised vice presidential debate, seniors are hoping Social Security and Medicare play a central role in the discussion. Charlotte Whitaker, a member of the AARP Kentucky Executive Council, says too much is ridin ...Read More

PHOTO: Organizers are pointing to Cesar Chavezís long ties to the Colorado River, in announcing the results of a new Nevada Latino voter poll that shows wide support for protecting local rivers.

LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Organizers are pointing to Cesar Chavez's long ties to the Colorado River in announcing the results of a new Nevada Latino voter poll that shows wide support for protecting local rivers. Andres Ramirez is Nevada director for Nuestro Rio. He says this new poll shows that 90 percent ...Read More

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