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UPDATED: Census 2020: Why It Will Affect Latino Communities 

Latino, Hispanic, or Other? Make sure you and your loved ones are counted correctly. Deadline has now been extended until October 31.

Protesters and police face each other during a rally for George Floyd in Minneapolis on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. (Richard Tsong-Taatarii/Star Tribune via AP)
Why It Matters That the Police Involved in George Floyd’s Death Were Fired

“He should not have died. What we saw was horrible, completely and utterly messed up. This man’s life matters. He matters. He was someone’s son."

Puerto Rico’s Surplus Could Plunge by 65%

La Junta's revised fiscal plan continues to restructure a portion of its more than $70 billion public debt load.

Puerto Rico Gov. Vázquez Threatens With Stricter Measures If Citizens Ignore Safety Mandates

People without distancing and protection on beaches, 9,000 without water due to reckless four-track vehicles, and an increase in criminality are the balance of Memorial Day weekend.

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It’s Official. Ex-Felons Will Be Allowed to Vote Despite Legal Fees

The judge overturned part of a law passed by Republican lawmakers and signed by Gov. Ron DeSantis last year forbidding ex-felons to vote.

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‘Only the People Can Save Puerto Rico’: Activist Arrested for Feeding People Has a Message

People are tired of having the government of Puerto Rico lying to them. This phrase may move us into action: Only the people can save themselves!

WATCH: 9 Local TV Stations Pushed the Same Amazon-Scripted Segment

The package was produced by Amazon spokesperson Todd Walker.

Cancel Student Debt During COVID-19? It Could Happen.

Student debt cancellation has grown in both popularity and political viability over the past year, and particularly so amid the coronavirus crisis.