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Stories by John Rosman

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The Latino Vote Will Only Grow

Nov. 15, 2012
By John Rosman

If you thought the Latino vote mattered in 2012, just wait until 2030 — it's projected to double.

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Obama Addresses Four Points Of Immigration Reform

Nov. 14, 2012
By John Rosman

President Barack Obama's press conference Wednesday gave insight into how his administration might approach immigration reform in the next four years. We break down what he said and what's happening now.

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US, Mexico Expected To Reach Agreement On Tomato Trade

Nov. 14, 2012
By John Rosman

This month U.S. and Mexico officials are expected to reach an agreement on a bilateral tomato trade pact.

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Students Build App To Determine The Best Time To Cross Border

Nov. 12, 2012
By John Rosman

A team of students has built an app to determine traffic patterns along the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Violent Crimes Drop In Major Border Cities

Nov. 5, 2012
By John Rosman

Violent crime is dropping in the largest U.S. border cities.

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Using Google To Track Mexican Drug Cartels

Nov. 2, 2012
By John Rosman

Two Harvard graduate students have written an algorithm that tracks the growth of Mexican drug Cartels through Google.

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Not If, But When Texas Goes Democrat

Oct. 31, 2012
By John Rosman

Next year will the Lone Star state turn into a swing state?

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Spanish-Language Voter Awareness Campaign Launched To Combat Arizona Errors

Oct. 30, 2012
By Al Macias, John Rosman

The Maricopa County Recorder’s Office is launching a Spanish-language voter awareness program, in hopes of avoiding possible confusion about the date of the Nov. 6 general election.

New Report: Latinos Motivated And Voting

Oct. 29, 2012
By John Rosman

Latino Decisions report shows that Latino voters are motivated for the national election.

US Returns 4,000 Stolen Antiquities To Mexico

Oct. 26, 2012
By John Rosman

The U.S. returned more than 4,000 stolen antiquities to Mexico on Thursday. Most of the archeological pieces date back before Europeans landed in North America.

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ACLU Sues Department Of Homeland Security Over Media Restrictions At US Border

Oct. 26, 2012
By John Rosman

The ACLU is suing the U.S. Department of Homeland Security regarding photo restrictions at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Detention Hearing To Be Held For Drug Lord's Alleged Daughter

Oct. 25, 2012
By John Rosman

A federal hearing for the alleged daughter of drug kingpin "El Chapo" is scheduled for today.

More Controversy With Spanish Translation In Arizona

Oct. 24, 2012
By John Rosman

Maricopa County misprints the general election date on another Spanish-translated document.

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Where Was Mexico In Last Night's Debate?

Oct. 23, 2012
By John Rosman

Mexico was not mentioned in last night's presidential debate on foreign policy. Here are three topics we wish they covered.

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Southern California Teen Denied Entry Back Into The U.S.

Oct. 19, 2012
By John Rosman

After growing up illegally in the U.S., a Southern California teenager is adjusting to her new life in Tijuana.

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New Pew Study Explores Link Between Religion And Politics In Latinos' Lives

Oct. 18, 2012
By John Rosman, Laurel Morales

More than half of the country’s Latinos favor allowing same-sex marriage, according to a recent poll by the Pew Hispanic Center.

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