Hispanic Heritage Month
President Obama spoke at a White House reception to mark Hispanic Heritage Month. President Obama talked about progress made such as expanded health care, improved high school graduation rates, the My Brother’s Keeper initiative, Hispanic income growth, outreach to Cuba, and partnering with Mexico on immigration and energy and cultural exchanges while urging action on opportunities for more progress on education, equal pay, criminal justice reform, and overhauling the immigration system. close
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