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Immigration vote stirs emotions in Neb. town

While busy running a general store that caters to the growing number of Latinos in this Nebraska meatpacking town, Alfredo Velez had new concerns Tuesday after his neighbors voted for an ordinance to crack down on illegal immigrants.Full story

Mayor convicted of corruption, to step down

A one-time gang leader who escaped an impoverished childhood to become Hartford's first Latino mayor announced Friday that he would step down after being convicted of five corruption charges, including taking a bribe and attempted extortion. Full story

Hartford, Conn., mayor convicted of corruption

A one-time gang leader who escaped an impoverished childhood to become Hartford's first Latino mayor was convicted Friday of five corruption charges, including taking a bribe and attempted extortion. Full story

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Hartford, Conn., mayor convicted of corruption

Newsweek: Obama must pursue immigration reform

Newsweek: Where are all the Latino doctors?

Poll: On immigration, racial divide runs deep

Dora the Explorer: illegal immigrant?

Poll: Hispanic discrimination high

Newsweek: What recent immigration marches mean

Census mail results could be trouble for 5 states

Ariz. immigration law draws GOP criticism

Dem Rep: Latinos might stay home for midterms

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  Is AZ facing an immigration meltdown?

An Ed Show panel talks about the outrage over the Arizona immigration law, especially from the Latino community which feels as though it is being targeted. The panel then debates whether President Barack Obama should intervene.

  Gomez becomes first Latino to lead major diocese

The appointment of Archbishop Jose Gomez as the next leader of the Los Angeles archdiocese is seen as a nod to the strength and power of Latinos in the Catholic Church. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports.

  Confusing question on Census

One question on this years census form has confused Latinos all across the country. Stalled, even stumped by question 9, many Latinos simply don't know how to answer the question on race. NBC's Miguel Almaguer spoke to his family about it and found out four people from one family gave four different

  Remembering the legacy of Jaime Escalante

Jaime Escalante, an immigrant from Bolivia, took Latino students from a low-income, gang-infested area of East Los Angeles and turned them into math whizzes. He gained national attention after a testing company accused them of cheating. NBC's George Lewis reports.

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