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Ariel Gordon: The Impact of Hispanic Immigrants on U.S. Economy

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Oct. 15 will mark the end of Hispanic Heritage Month, a 30-day period in which we spend time reflecting upon the numerous contributions that Hispanics have made to our country. This year also has the distinction of being a presidential election year, so many Americans have also spent this past month looking to politicians to hopefully provide a path to prosperity and a stronger economy. While many Americans are feeling negative and making dire predictions about the future, one group…

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Hillary Clinton to air Spanish ad during soccer game Sunday

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will air a Spanish-language ad Sunday during the COPA America soccer final match, contrasting Republican Donald Trump‘s deportation policy with statements of Latinos. The ad, called, “Nuestra Historia,” or “Our History,” begins with footage of Trump declaring his intention to oversee a massive deportation, and then follows with five Hispanic Americans briefly telling their life stories in Spanish, and then Clinton offering her support in English. Their stories include those of Armandina Sifuentes of San Antonio, who…

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