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Dear friend: I was student body president at Pan American University in 1971 when we brought Cesar Chavez to speak to the school. Yes, I looked like this in college. It was controversial. At that time Cesar Chavez was seen …

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Dear friend: Recently, I visited Hueco Tanks. Although I have been there many times, the guided tour reminded me of the scope and breadth of its importance. Hueco Tanks, a place of beauty in its own right, embraces more than …

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Dear friend: As we approach the end of January 2014, we are reminded of how fast time flies! Since the moment I was elected in 2010, my pledge has been to work hard on local, regional, and state issues for …

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Dear friend: We passed House Bill 5 (H.B. 5) during the 83rd Legislature to transition from the three current high school graduation programs to one foundation high school program with endorsement options to increase flexibility for students. H.B. 5 also …

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Living in a democracy requires constant participation. The basic unit of participation is your vote. Early voting in the next election has begun, with election day on Nov. 5. So what’s at stake in this election? You will vote upon …

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Dear friend: This is an exciting time for health care in El Paso and in the country. This morning we opened the Mano y Corazon Binational Conference of Multicultural Health Solutions. This unique event, which has drawn hundreds of attendees, scores …

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