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January 13, 2022

Two of today’s headlines, that seem unrelated, bode an uneasy outlook on the future of Latinos: “Despite growth, Hispanic representation still minuscule” and “More than 1 million fewer students are in college, the lowest enrollment numbers in 50 years.” Do you get the connection? Are Latinos on track for siempre being the ‘working class’?; Ted Cruz wants the Supreme Court to make bribery legal, when it comes to politics; A new study finds rational thinking declined a lot sooner than anyone ‘believed’; and How about no more worries about E-coli in our foods? Scientists working on smart, anti-microbial packaging! Go beyond the headlines…

Despite growth, Hispanic representation still minuscule

More than 1 million fewer students are in college, the lowest enrollment numbers in 50 years

The Supreme Court takes up a case, brought by Ted Cruz, that could legalize bribery

IRS “in crisis,” government watchdog says

Grubhub and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce launch $2 million grant program for Latino restaurants

A 21st-century reinvention of the electric grid is crucial for solving the climate change crisis

‘We conclude’ or ‘I believe?’ Study finds rationality declined decades ago

Produce stays fresh longer with smart, anti-microbial packaging

Stella Artois’ Art of Chalice: 1,000 beer glasses adorned with Mexican designs

Brazilian turtle breeders shot dead along with teenage daughter

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