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Clarissa Martínez de Castro

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Clarissa Martínez  is deputy vice president of UnidosUS, the organization formerly known as the National Council of La Raza  

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After nine months with no accomplishments by Republicans, President Trump  extended an olive branch to the Democrats .

Is President Trump going bipartisan?

After nine months with no accomplishments by Republicans, President Trump extended an olive branch to the Democrats .

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After President Obama's re-election four years ago, the Republican National Committee officially declared its intention to reach out to the growing Latino electorate.

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After President Obama's re-election four years ago, the Republican National Committee officially declared its intention to reach out to the growing Latino electorate.

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President Obama has outraged Congress with his  executive order delaying deportation  for up to five million illegal immigrants, but that controversial action may be easier to order…

Unilateral Immigration Reform: A Dream or a Nightmare?

President Obama has outraged Congress with his executive order delaying deportation for up to five million illegal immigrants, but that controversial action may be easier to order…

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