Tag Archives: Politics
Debt Ceiling Deal. What if the Supreme Court Ends Affirmative Action? More Home Insurance Companies Pulling Out.
MONDAY, JUNE 5 PROGRAM # 10026 12:00 PM PT Debt Ceiling Deal. The debt ceiling deal passed the House and the Senate, ending weeks of political stalemate and averting an economic crisis. The legislation now goes to President Biden. The deal includes cuts to domestic programs that help the poor. What’s in the final deal? […]
FRIDAY, JUNE 2 PROGRAM # 10025 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. Two days before heated gubernatorial elections in the State of Mexico and Coahuila, thousands of Mexicans living abroad are in their last hours to vote. They can still cast their vote online, and, for the first time, emigre voters can cast their ballots in person in some Mexican consulates, including […]
What the End of Covid Emergency Means. Pride Month and Backlash. Revised DACA Argued Before Judge Again.
THURSDAY, JUNE 1 PROGRAM # 10024 12:00 PM PT What the End of Covid Emergency Means. After the end of the emergency declaration for Covid-19, what will happen with Latinos and other communities that are among the hardest hit by COVID? And since so few have received the updated booster dose of the Covid-19 Vaccine, […]
Extra Edition: Rent Control, Air Pollution.
THURSDAY, JUNE 1 PROGRAM # 10023 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Rent Control, Air Pollution. As rents in Fresno continue to climb, many young people and their families are facing instability and housing insecurity. Local community groups are putting pressure on the city government to work on rent control and tenant protections. They are also […]
Debt Ceiling Deal. Also, Republican Presidential Race: First Salvos, and Texas Impeachment
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31 PROGRAM # 10022 12:00 PM PT Debt Ceiling Deal. A debt ceiling deal has come just in time to avert a government debt default on June 5. President Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy reached an agreement and they are urging Congress to pass it. The deal is still opposed by some […]
TUESDAY, MAY 30 PROGRAM # 10021 12:00 PM PT Immigration Edition. A human rights advocate comments on Texas House Bill 7, a far-reaching, restrictive immigration policy. If passed, the legislation would establish a Border Protection Unit, a state police force with expanded powers. On other news, after the end of the Title 42 policy, Congress […]
Extra Edition: Medi-Cal Renewal. (Program Repeat.) Also, Harvard Honors Radio Bilingüe Founder.
TUESDAY, MAY 30 PROGRAM # 10020 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Medi-Cal Renewal. (Program Repeat.) California’s safety-net health program has resumed annual eligibility checks after the three years of the pandemic. This means beneficiaries will need to provide updated personal information to maintain coverage. What to watch for? What do families need to know? What’s […]
Latino Veterans: Dealing with the Pain.
MONDAY, MAY 29 PROGRAM #10019 12:00 PM PT Latino Veterans: Dealing with the Pain. PTSD and substance abuse disorder are on the rise among military service members and the situation is worse for Latino veterans. Still, Latinos often find social and cultural barriers to get treatment. What are the long-term effects of combat-related PTSD? What’s […]
FRIDAY, MAY 26 PROGRAM # 10018 12:00 PM PT Mexico Edition. The Mexican government recently launched the FB card, which allows Mexicans living in the US to send remittances for up to 2,500 dollars, for a fraction of the amount private firms are currently charging. This is the first time that Mexican migrants are offered […]
Extra Edition: Medi-Cal Renewal.
THURSDAY, MAY 25 PROGRAM # 10016 11:00 AM PT Extra Edition: Medi-Cal Renewal. California’s safety-net health program has resumed annual eligibility checks after the three years of the pandemic. This means beneficiaries will need to provide updated personal information to maintain coverage. What to watch for? What do families need to know? What’s the impact […]