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Wednesday, March 26, 2003

Volume 4, Issue 12


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In the news this week...


Latino Market Spreading Out
What many may not realize is that growth among Latinos is taking place on a much wider scale than in previous years and is being fueled for the most part by native born persons rather than immigrants.

Changes to Protect Hispanic Voters Ordered in DOJ Suit
In a victory for Spanish-speaking voters in the City of Reading, Pa., a federal judge ordered election officials to begin printing all election materials in both English and Spanish for any precinct where registered Hispanic voters constitute more than 5 percent of those on the rolls.

Rangers Woo Hispanic Fans
The Texas Rangers are taking another run at reaching out to the Hispanic community with a new campaign that includes radio, television and print advertising along with special promotions and Spanish-language game broadcasts on radio and television.

Companies Secretly Bid to Rebuild Iraq
Weeks before the first bombs dropped in Iraq, the Bush administration began rebuilding plans.

Long War Means More Problems for Economy
The war against Iraq and the threat of terror attacks on U.S. soil pose the biggest threats to the U.S. economy, according to a survey of economists released Monday by the National Association for Business Economics.

Taxes on Foreign Income
With more and more United States citizens earning money from foreign sources, the IRS reminds people that they must report all such income on their tax return, unless it is exempt under federal law.

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Hispanic Woman Set to Take Helm of Nevada Democratic Party
A Hispanic woman born and raised in Las Vegas is the chairwoman-in-waiting of the Nevada State Democratic Party.

Is Now the Time to Refi?
The outbreak of war in Iraq is forcing American homeowners to make a strategic decision that could shape their finances for decades: Is it time to refinance their mortgages before interest rates jump too high?

Mexican Coffee Plant Creating Buzz North of Border
After years of watching the prices paid to coffee growers plummet, while chains like Starbucks charged top dollar for coffee drinks, this family-owned business turned to the retail market.

Terra Network Reaches Largest U.S. Hispanic Online Audience
Latest comScore data reveals Terra sites lead across key demographic segments.

Portland, Ore., Minority Car Dealer Now Talk of Town
Martinez, who is highly regarded nationally in the industry, has become the model for minority dealers.

Can Bush Reverse His Sliding Ratings?
Several new public opinion surveys show that amid the runup to possible war with Iraq, the President's job-approval rating has dipped, exposing a vulnerability that has put a glint back in Democrats' eyes after two years of losing encounters with the White House.
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