Supreme Court Impacts Latino Community

Reynaldo Valencia, Professor and Associate Dean at St. Mary’s University School of Law, discusses the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court decisions concerning the Latino community and how the Hispanics for a Fair Judiciary has worked to inform Latinos of this issue. (0:59) Listen

Reynaldo Valencia, Professor and Associate Dean at St. Mary’s University School of Law, discusses the importance of the U.S. Supreme Court decisions concerning the Latino community and how the Hispanics for a Fair Judiciary has worked to inform Latinos of this issue. (0:59)
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Lafayette Is Commissioned, The Start I Treaty, And Deval Patrick Turns 58

Here’s what happened today in American political history.

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● Economy soars in “advance” estimate

● Americans benefit from government regulation

● Lawsuit accuses TSA of tax overcharges

● Clinton’s moneytalk tour

● Common blood thinners linked to surgery complications

House Authorizes Lawsuit Against Obama

Boehner

The lawsuit, passed in a party-line vote, charges that Obama has overstepped his constitutional authority and sidestepped congressional oversight.

Pentagon Has Sold Weapons To Israel Since Gaza Conflict Began

DoD Press Secretary said On July 20th Israel requested ammunition from the Pentagon, three days later the weapons “were therefore delivered to the Israeli Defense Force.”

Pentagon To Send DoD Advisors To Ukraine, Assessing Additional Support

The team will travel to Ukraine next week, compromising of 3-5 DoD civilians and contractors with expertise “to address their mid- and long-term needs through support for defense institution building, training, education, and other assistance.”

House Passes VA Reform Bill

The Senate is expected to take up the legislation Thursday, shortly before both chambers leave Washington, D.C. for a five-week recess.