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Articles Published in October, 2012

Bridge Design Team Emphasizes Its Local Roots

Design and budget are very important; so is keeping community involved, says local firm.
categories BusinessCity AffairsNeighborhoods

Who is the Latino Voter?

KPCC and Alhambra Source would like to hear from you. What matters to you for this election?
categories PoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

'Trash Talk' Dominates Packed NC Committee Meeting at City Hall

Los Angeles' decade-old neighborhood council system has an outreach problem and no one knows about the committee meetings.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

AARP Experts: Entitlements Critical for Nation's Aging Majority Minority

AARP experts showed that Social Security and related programs now considered for cuts provide critical support, especially for minority families.
categories Family/Inter-generational NewsPolitics

Brown Vetoes Domestic Workers Bill

Governor Jerry Brown vetoes the Domestic Workers Bill of Rights after questioning its effectiveness. Labor rights activists are upset.
categories EconomyPolitics

From Death Penalty to Taxes, California Ethnic Voters to Flex Ballot Muscle

A new Field Poll shows California ethnic voters favor both education-related tax initiatives on the ballot and differ significantly with whites on issues, such as the death penalty.
categories PoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations

Rep. Mandanas Visits US Cities to Promote Voter Registration for PH Elections

Batangas Representative Hermilando I. Mandanas will be flying to the United States to promote and encourage all qualified Filipino voters to register for the upcoming May 2013 midterm elections in the Philippines.
category Economy

Embracing a Legacy: Eugene A. Obregon Saluted in East L.A.

Fallen marine from East L.A. receives Medal of Honor 60 years after sacraficing himself to save another soldier.
categories City AffairsFamily/Inter-generational NewsPolitics

Hot Red Bus — British Indian Grub With a California Twist — Opens on Main St

The Ma Jasmin Indian food booth and catering service from the Alhambra Farmer's market opens as its own restaurant.
categories Arts & CultureBusinessFoodNeighborhoods

Latinos a 'Core Conservation Community,' Poll Finds

A new poll shows California Latinos strongly back environmental measures, though more data is needed on the regional level.
categories Green NewsPoliticsRace/Ethnic Relations
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