Stories tagged: "Trump Administration"


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Why These New Census Hirings Are Becoming an Issue

A top Democrat denounces the move as an effort by Trump to politicize the statistical agency. Here's why the Census is important for Latinos.

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Trump Reverses 100 Environmental Regulations That Directly Affect Puerto Rico

In three years, Trump reversed important environmental regulations that affect people on the island “first and foremost” as well as minorities in the U.S.

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Latinos Disapprove of Trump’s COVID Response

Latinos across the country overwhelmingly expressed their disapproval of the current administration’s handling of the pandemic, a new survey shows.

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Weeks After Trump Compels Meat Processors to Remain Open, COVID-19 Breaks Out at NC Tyson Plant

A Wilkesboro chicken plant is the site of another coronavirus outbreak at a North Carolina meat plant, Vice News reported Thursday.

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600 Youth Migrants Were Expelled in April. Trump Is Using the Virus as an Excuse.

Under U.S. law they would normally be allowed to live with relatives while their cases wind through immigration courts. Instead the Trump administration is quickly expelling them.

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This CDC Guide on How to Reopen the Country Safely Was Supposed to ‘Never See the Light of Day’

The 17-page report was researched and written to help state and local officials, business owners, educators, and faith leaders.

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Trump—Who Is His Own Landlord—Might Get Financial Help for His D.C. Hotel From Himself

The Trump International Hotel is located in the Old Post office building, a federally owned property that effectively makes the Trump administration the hotel’s landlord.