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July 2, 2021

It’s an understatement to say that politics has driven a wedge in Mexico-US relations. Now, it’s Mother Nature’s turn; The GOP seems to thrive on manufactured anger and threats and their latest battle cry, they hope, carries them through to the next election; The Supreme Court shocked many with their ruling on Arizona’s voting access but none more so than Native Americans; The media still suffers from lack of diversity, especially among these columnists; Facebook is asking for help to out your friends who do this – and that’s a good thing; and A new Google app may finally put order to something every person needs help with. Go beyond the headlines…

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Latino lawmakers draw attention to Nicaragua, Colombia

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