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DENVER, June 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Entravision Communications Corporation, (NYSE: EVC), a diversified media company serving Latino audiences and communities, in collaboration with iAmerica, a national campaign to engage, serve and inform Latino and immigrant communities, and Mi Familia Vota, one of the country's premier Latino civic engagement organizations, will host a town hall forum "Alivio Migratorio en Crisis" (Immigration Relief in Crisis), to address the implications of presidential executive actions on U.
Ben Monterroso, executive director of the immigration organization Mi Familia Vota, said: ''The president said he is going to use executive orders to act where Congress fails, and we expect him to do the same with immigration reform.
Liidu voimu alla--ja et kommunistlik kord mitte ainult ei vota neilt koik varandused, vaid uhtlasi havitab ka kodanluse klassi kuuluvad--teostab klassivoitlust koige julmemal kujul.
Acestia au deja responsabilitati sociale si drepturi cetatenesti, fara a avea insa dreptul de a vota.
Rappresentano l'umana stirpe che "di suo fato ignara / e degli affanni suoi, vota d'affanno / visse.
Junior standout linebacker Marco Vota will anchor the defense.
Em agosto de 1789, logo após o tumulto que foi a Revolução Francesa, a jovem Assembléia Nacional vota a Declaração dos Direitos do Homem e do Cidadão, que anuncia: "Todo cidadão pode falar, escrever, imprimir livremente, menos responder ao abuso desta liberdade .
10) Historian Giancarlo Zizola describes the bishops' vota as lacking imagination and universality and not meeting John's open challenge to the Roman Curia.
Qui plus est, a trois jours du debat parlementaire, le groupe socialiste vota un amendement, sans lendemain, en faveur de l'extension du PaCS aux freres et soeurs (122).
The vota of the various Catholic faculties in Europe and the Americas play the full diapason, from the staunchly "ultramontane" to the restive, scarcely larvated "neomodernismo" (358).