After the Supreme Court struck down a key provision of the Voting Rights Act in June, Texas and other states across the South moved ahead with laws that opponents say will make it harder for minorities to vote. The U.S. Department of Justice recently sued Texas over its new law requiring voters to show photo identification. Meanwhile, California is approving new rights and protections for voters in the state.

Guests: Lydia Camarillo, Vice President, Southwest Voter Registration Education Project, San Antonio, TX,; Max Sevillia, Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs, NALEO Educational Fund, Washington, DC,

For more information about Linea Abierta click here

To visit Linea Abierta audio archives go to

This entry was posted in Línea Abierta, Politics & Elections and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

Find Us on Facebook

Más Noticieros

Síguenos en Twitter

  • Ramon Torres, trabajador de la mora: "peleamos por los mismos beneficios q se dan a los trabajadores H2A: pago de gasolina y buena vivienda"
  • : Ramón Torres, Edgar Franks hablan s/ conflicto con productor de moras Sakuma Farms (y distribuidor Driscoll's) en Wash.
  • En : sonada victoria para : Ahold USA, gigante de supermercados, acuerda comprar tomates sólo de productores responsables

Follow Radio Bilingüe

Subscribe to our Newsletter