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Medicare, Medicaid at 50. 50 years ago last week, President Johnson signed into law landmark legislation that created Medicare for seniors and Medicaid for the poor, the U.S. core public health insurance and anti-poverty programs. Photo: The White House Blog
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End Family Detention. Members of the U.S. Congress are calling on Secretary Jeh Johnson to end family detention after a federal court ordered last week the release of migrant families at detention centers. Photo:
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Climate Change Action. Leading lawmakers and advocates in California are stepping up efforts in support of a package of state bills to reduce greenhouse emissions and tackle air pollution and climate change. Photo:
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Voting Rights Act at 50. On the day marking the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, which included landmark protections against voting discrimination on the basis of race or language, we bring a conversation with a pioneering legislator... Photo:
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Mexico Edition. Martha Elena Ramírez hosts the program Voz Pública from Mexico City. The civic journalist brings news and analysis on Mexican developments. Photo: Wikimedia Commons
Foto: Manuel Ocaño.

Edición Semanaria (Weekly Magazine)

31 July, 2015

*Drinking Fountains Installed in Rural California
*Couple Separated by Deportation Marries On the Border
*Pope’s Call to Action on Climate Change Hits Home in California

Fuente de Agua4All instalada en un parque de Lamont. Foto: Rubén Tapia.

Drinking Fountains Installed to Fight Obesity

31 July, 2015

Concerned about the lack of clean drinking water in many rural areas of California, a coalition of organizations is installing drinking fountains of filtered water in certain communities.

Emma Sánchez dice que se casaron para enseñar que la barda no puede separar el amor. Foto: Manuel Ocaño.

Couple Separated by Deportation Marries On the Border

31 July, 2015

More than nine years ago, Emma Sánchez was deported to Mexico and forced to live separated from her three children and her husband, a U.S. marine. Now the couple married again in Tijuana, in a religious ceremony alongside the border fence.

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(Español) Un accidente llamado Trump

27 July, 2015

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El 17 de julio miles de personas protestaron contra el Sheriff Arpaio en el marco de la Convención de Netroots. Foto: Valeria Fernández.

In Settlement, Sheriff Arpaio Does Not Admit Responsibility

24 July, 2015

Almost all the charges brought against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio by the Department of Justice ended with a legal settlement in which Arpaio does not admit responsibility. There is still a separate case pending that accuses Arpaio of contempt of court.

Se abre una embajada de Cuba en Estados Unidos por primera vez en 54 años. Foto: José López Zamorano.

Cuban Flag Flies Again Outside Embassy in Washington, D.C.

24 July, 2015

The ceremonial opening of embassies was an emotional moment for many, but next steps for the two countries’ relations are unclear.


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