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Dreamer Farmer Erwin Hernández Celebrates DACA Decision ‘With Caution’

The Oaxacan who has been in the U.S. for two decades under DACA is cautious to celebrate the ruling. This is what the Florida farmer — previously featured in our Voices of the Workers series — has to say.

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PHOTOS: Latino Business Owners Struggle to Stay Afloat

Recent surveys show that Latinos struggle to receive Coronavirus relief money to keep their businesses alive amid the pandemic. We spent a day at a mostly Latino-owned shops street mall. This is what we saw.

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PHOTOS: A Day in the Life of 11 Florida Farmers

Farmers struggle to keep the food chain that feeds America going. The #2 industry in Florida is falling apart with no government support. We spent two days with 11 growers in what they call their “fields of dreams.” This is what we saw.

The Untold Story of Farmers in Florida
The Untold Story of Farmers in Florida

Farmers struggle to keep the food chain that feeds America going. The #2 industry in Florida is falling apart with no government support. We spent two days with 11 growers in what they call their "fields of dreams." This is what we learned.

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UPDATED: How Is Latin America Coping With Coronavirus? This Map Will Show You.

The virus has spread down the Americas—and some countries are rolling the dice.

Florida residents registered as Democrats can now cast their vote for the primaries.
Early Voting For The Primary Starts Today

If you are registered to vote as a Democrat in Florida, get ready and start your engines, because the race for March 17 Democratic presidential primary starts today.