The Democratic Party unveiled its formal 2012 platform on Monday night, and it is heavy on broad philosophical strokes about the direction in which the party wants to take the country, short on policy specifics.
President Obama’s reelection campaign is targeting Latinos with ads that focus on a subject that might not be the first to come to mind: healthcare.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) on Thursday framed the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold the healthcare law as evidence that President Obama violated a campaign promise not to raise taxes on the middle class.
On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to release its so-called “decision of the century” when it reveals its thoughts on the legality of Affordable Care Act, President Obama flagship legislation of his tenure.
If the Supreme Court should decide that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional and strikes it down, the amount of people, a.k.a. voters, who will be disappointed will be sure to not let the issue die in the courts.
Latino backers and opponents of the health care law are paying close attention to the high-stakes hearings inside the U.S. Supreme Court, as Justices hear arguments on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Arizona, the state that's leading the national charge against immigrants is now gearing up to lead the national war against women. HB-2625 is the worst anti-woman, anti-Latina efforts to date.
The UCLA Medical School started the IMG program which seeks to address the linguistic and cultural barriers that stand between most U.S. doctors and their Latino patients.
Last week, politics interfered with healthcare when young women were again denied the ability to obtain over-the-counter emergency contraception (EC) despite recommendations from the nation’s leading health experts.
A new study from Utah State University found that Latino males want health information but in a more specific and accessible format.
Latino workers and families in the U.S. are among the largest beneficiaries of federally funded health insurance, but depending on the outcome of the current budget debate, they could end up losing that access.
The gains made by Latinos since the Civil Rights era have been numerous. None of these gains could have been made without the help and voice of Latino advocacy organizations.
President Barack Obama has a job to do convincing Hispanics if he hopes to win their vote in 2012, because he has not kept his promise of immigration reform, the leader of the National Council of La Raza, Janet Murguia, said Tuesday.
The healthcare industry needs more and more professionals to serve the burgeoning Hispanic community and a California program is encouraging young Latinos to prepare for careers in the sector.