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One In Two New Rural Neighbors Is Latino

May 8, 2013 1:29 p.m.

Latinos have called both the rural and urban southwest home for generations. But much of the rest of the nation is just now adjusting to the latest wave of immigrants from Mexico and Latin America. Across the country in rural America one in two new neighbors is Latino, according to a recent study. The Fronteras Desk sent Laurel Morales to rural Wisconsin to find out what this means for the changing community there.

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