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26 February 2013

LATINO DECISIONS: Latino Voters Strongly Support Protecting the Environment and Politicians Should Take Note

In the wake of the 2012 presidential election, the Latino vote in states like Colorado has been held up as a critical and influential factor. Latino voters turned out in record high numbers and their…
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25 February 2013

Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: How to Protect Yourself from Tax Scams

Paying your taxes is not only an obligation for all those working in this country, but also one of the best ways to show your generosity and loyalty to the country that has welcomed you.…
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21 February 2013

HUFFINGTON POST: Taxes Key for Latinos on Health Care, Immigration Future

For Latinos, the 2012 tax return presents significant opportunity. In fact, the potential impact of key legislative changes for the nation's fastest growing population is unprecedented. Starting in 2014, many people -- not just Latinos…
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19 November 2012

Sierra Club: Defenders of the Colorado River Score Crucial Victory in Their Preservation Efforts

On Nov. 9, the Department of the Interior released a plan that would require oil shale companies to provide solid proof that their activities will balance the state’s economic and environmental needs before starting any…
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12 October 2012

CATHOLIC NEWS SERVICE: Concern for protecting nature spurs Catholic youths to visit Washington

As 19-year-old Annalisa Martinez put it, "It's our job to be leaders." She made the comment after she and a group of her peers from a Catholic parish in Denver met with Colorado's U.S. senators…
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20 August 2012

HUFFINGTON POST: Champions for the Outdoors

Some people were surprised by the pro-conservation findings of a recent Sierra Club-National Council of La Raza national poll of Latino voters. I wasn't, and you wouldn't be either if you saw the thrilled faces…
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