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Preserving Latino History in Dallas

Preserving Latino History in Dallas

By Geoff Montes PreservationNation In Dallas, the ethnic enclave once known as Little Mexico has undergone a rapid shift in the 21st century. The nearby American Airlines Center — home of the Dallas Mavericks — opened in 2001, ushering in an era of change; real estate developers gobbled up what was left of the single-family


Medicaid for kids in the 1980s is paying off now

By Jim Shelton Futurity Kids in the United States who received expanded Medicaid benefits in the 1980s and 1990s have contributed more to the tax system as adults, were more likely to attend college, and were less likely to die prematurely. The findings are based on an analysis of tax returns for nearly all children